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Tender Notice for June 2021 - Notice RFT 03/2021

Proposed ID Notice RFT 03/2021
Notice Publish Date 11-Jun-2021
Expected Issue Date 28-Jun-2021
Category (based on UNSPSC)
84111600 - Audit services
Agency Audit Office of NSW

 
Agency Address
Level 19, Darling Park Tower 2, 201 Sussex Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Contact Person
Procurement
Phone: +61 2 9275 7183
procurement@audit.nsw.gov.au

Proposed Tender Details

The Audit Office of New South Wales will issue the following tender for the provision of external auditing services during June 2021:

RFT 03/2021 - External audit of the following superannuation schemes:

  • Parliamentary Contributory Superannuation Fund
  • Crown Employees (NSW Fire Brigades Firefighting Staff Death and Disability) Superannuation Fund (including NSW Fire Brigades Superannuation Pty Limited)
  • Macquarie University Professorial Superannuation Scheme
  • University of Sydney Professorial Superannuation Scheme

Location

NSW Regions: Northern Sydney, South East Sydney

Additional Details / Instructions

The Audit Office of New South Wales will issue the following tender for the provision of external auditing services during June 2021:

RFT 03/2021 - External audit of the following superannuation schemes:

  • Parliamentary Contributory Superannuation Fund
  • Crown Employees (NSW Fire Brigades Firefighting Staff Death and Disability) Superannuation Fund (including NSW Fire Brigades Superannuation Pty Limited)
  • Macquarie University Professorial Superannuation Scheme
  • University of Sydney Professorial Superannuation Scheme

About the Auditor-General and the Audit Office of NSW

The Auditor-General for New South Wales (the Auditor-General) helps the Parliament of New South Wales hold government accountable for its use of public resources. The Auditor-General is responsible for audits of NSW government entities, universities, and local councils and provides certain assurance services for Commonwealth grants and payments to the State under Commonwealth legislation.

The Auditor-General is accountable to the Parliament of New South Wales and regularly reports to parliament on audits conducted.

The Audit Office of NSW (the Audit Office) is a statutory authority, established under the Public Finance and Audit Act 1983, that conducts audits for the Auditor-General of NSW.

The Audit Office conducts financial and performance audits of NSW Government agencies, local councils and council entities, principally under the Public Finance and Audit Act 1983, the Corporations Act 2001 and the Local Government Act 1993.

Working with the Auditor-General and the Audit Office

As a general practice, the Auditor-General enters into 3-4-year partnership arrangements with audit firms to deliver around 30 per cent of the financial audits.

Through the partnership arrangements, the Auditor-General aims to commission external audits that:

  • result in the delivery of high quality audits
  • help parliament hold government accountable for its use of public resources
  • generate insights to inform and challenge government to improve outcomes for citizens
  • encourage innovation and an openness to more diverse service delivery models
  • are cost effective.

More information about the role of the Auditor-General and the Audit Office can be found at our website https://www.audit.nsw.gov.au/.

Information about working as an audit service provider for the Auditor-General of NSW can be found at https://www.audit.nsw.gov.au/audit-service-providers.


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