Auditor-General to examine OIO after finance committee request

Edwin Mitson
Thu, 30 Jun 2016

By Edwin Mitson June 30 (BusinessDesk) - The Auditor-General is to examine how the Overseas Investment Office collects and manages information following a request from the parliament's finance and expenditure committee.  In her notes accompanying the plan, Controller and Auditor-General Lyn Provost the study would take precedence over work on monitoring tertiary education organisations, which has been deferred for a year.  The study will examine how well the OIO conducts the approvals process, including the principles it applies to ass...

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