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This report finds that ambulances in New South Wales wait longer at hospital emergency departments today than in previous years.
The Ambulance Service of New South Wales plays an important role in our health system. Its paramedics...
This audit examined:New South Wales’ capacity to meet changing public housing need how well Housing NSW (HNSW), a division of the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS), acts to relocate tenancies where an individual’s needs or circumstances change how well the NSW...
This report finds that NSW public hospitals are treating patients within national clinical timeframes, however increased operations will be required as targets increase and demand grows.
“Thousands more people could be operated on in the NSW public health system if operating...
Fraud can take many forms in the public service. It can be as simple as false entries on an employee’s timesheet or it can be as elaborate as a falsely valued property or lease deal. The major fraud control survey released in 2012 showed that...
This audit examined how well the Department of Education and Communities monitors and supports young people at school or on an approved alternate pathway until they reach 17 years of age.
Studies here and overseas have found that teenagers who leave school early are...
The audit examined the NSW Division of Local Government and assessed how well it monitors the performance of councils, and intervenes to address the performance issues it identifies.
The 152 local councils in New South Wales spend more than $9.3 billion annually, manage over...
The Government of New South Wales is not able to provide assurance that it is safeguarding its holdings of sensitive personal information because its policy has not been properly implemented, concludes this audit.
The public sector legitimately gathers and uses personal information about citizens,...
This report highlights that councils often have fraud control procedures and systems in place, but are not ensuring people understand them and how they work. There is also significant variation between councils in the quality of their fraud controls.