National Audit

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  • This position has been supported by the UK National Audit Office with regard to certain projects.
  • The building now serves as the headquarters of the National Audit Office.
  • Members are chosen from people who have served in national audit bodies, who are qualified for the office and whose independence is beyond doubt.
  • He is currently a member of the National Audit Board.
  • We agree with the National Audit Office that the Government met its primary objective.
  • The national audit agency of Denmark later concluded that he had not had a conflict of interest.
  • The National Audit Office reported in March 2006 on the financial support provided to the company.
  • National Audit has a board that provides draft budget for the authority and decides on the reviews that Parliament should take a stand.
  • National Audit is part of the parliamentary oversight of the executive branch.
  • More recent surveys are available from the National Audit Office.
  • Auditing of UK government expenditure is now carried out by the National Audit Office.
  • However, the National Audit Office said that the settlement represented reasonable value for the British taxpayer.
  • In 1988, he was promoted to a position in the National Audit Office.
  • He has been an employee of the National Audit Office since 1988.
  • The department's financial statements are audited by the Australian National Audit Office.
  • The National Audit Office is not part of Government; therefore Singh is not a civil servant.
  • MINAP is the first national audit to release annual reports showing hospital performance against NSF targets in the public domain which are available below.
  • The National Audit Office are to investigate the sale of the bank to Virgin.
  • However, the National Audit Office later reported that the Corporation's offer breached government rules and negotiations were abandoned.
  • The United Kingdom maintains a war reserve stock that has been criticized by the National Audit Office as being unnecessary.
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