September 16, 2021

The Editor Speaks: Auditor General says need to make changes to current financial reporting framework

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Carrying on from my previous editorials on the Auditor General, Alastair Swarbrick’s latest Financial and Performance Reporting, he has highlighted problems with the present framework as it doesn’t give the Legislators reliable information if the limits on spending were actually complied with. This is incredible as it would appear that this has been the case […]

The Editor Speaks: Swarbrick says issues continue to undermine real accountability

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Further to my Editorial yesterday “Auditor General says two ministries have tendered appalling accounts” I am continuing with the same subject as there still remains in the majority of the government ministries need for much improvement. The Auditor General says: “It is important to recognize the positive trend for the information in M&Ps’ financial statements […]

How core government manages resources

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From The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Governance in the Cayman Islands Government Good governance in the public sector encourages the efficient and effective use of resources, strengthens accountability for the stewardship of those resources, Improves management and service delivery, and thereby contributes to improving peoples’ lives. The foundation for the governance […]

SAGC Accountability from OAG

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY From The Accountability of Statutory Authorities and Government Companies The nineteen statutory authorities and seven government companies (SAGCs) of the Cayman Islands Government deliver a wide range of services and programs.  From providing health care, to managing an airline and operating tourist attractions, these entities are critical to the daily lives of the […]