As required under section 16A of the Audit Act 1994, the Auditor-General reports to Parliament on the outcome of the audit of the Annual Financial Report of the State of Victoria each year.
This report analyses and provides commentary on key aspects of the financial performance and position of the state. In line with the Audit Act 1994, and where appropriate, it will provide information and recommendations for the more effective and efficient management of public resources.
This report is tabled in Parliament during November each year. This will be brought forward to October in 2018, due to the state election. This is the only report on our financial audits that is required each year under the Audit Act 1994.