Responsibilities: - to conduct Performance Audit of Government Capital Projects, and Value-For-Money and Special Audits, and to report the findings to the Auditor – Projects/VFM for onward transmission to the Director and given corrective control measures to mitigate risks of mismanagement and fraud.
Project's Section for Capital projects Objectives: -
- To monitor the project throughout its life cycle (progress reports)
- To determine compliance to Government Financial Rules and Regulations and Contract's Specifications and Clauses
- To verify that the actual work activities are being executed correctly according to design specifications and the works are progressing on time.
- To determine whether the project went through the normal Gov’t Contractual process which include: tendering, analysing of bids, and approval & awarding of contract
- To determine whether the project was completed within budget, within timeframe, and according to Contract Specifications.
- To access whether government received equal value for money spent on the projects, and the project objective was met (the end product is exactly as the final design - projected vs. actual)
Objectives for Project’s Section Value-For-Money Audits: -
- To ascertain that Government receive due/equal value for monies spent for a project through economy in procuring, efficiency of the processes, effectiveness of the purpose/objective of the project, and
- To determine what social, educational, and or cultural impact of such a project on society.
Objectives for Project’s Section Special/Investigative Audits: -
- To examine an organization's or individual's economic affairs, resulting in a report designed especially for use in a court of law, to unearth the truth to be admissible/permissible in court.