By Sir John Bourn
Drawing on two decades of expertise as Comptroller and Auditor normal, and head of the uk nationwide Audit place of work, Public quarter Auditing: Is it price for Money? is Sir John Bourn’s personal account of the function and impression worth for cash auditing has in preserving governments to account and in aiding public our bodies enhance the ways that they convey providers.
Key positive factors include:
- In-depth case stories from united kingdom, US, Canada, China, India and Australia;
- Detailed research of complicated parts of public expenditure corresponding to future health, schooling, privatisation, legislation, defence and IT;
- Examples of the way auditing can advertise optimistic results instead of destructive submit mortems.
This e-book is correct for individuals operating in either the private and non-private sectors, and may be crucial interpreting for the workers of public zone audit associations around the globe, in addition to advertisement accountancy enterprises and scholars of accountancy, politics, economics and public management.
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4: Requiring citizens to be bureaucrats Completing forms29 An examination of government forms in 2002 identified a number of features. Central government forms on average required citizens to provide between 40 and 60 pieces of information. Many required 28 Comptroller and Auditor General Department for Work and Pensions: Using Leaflets to Communicate with the Public about Services and Entitlements (HC 797, Session 2005–06). 29 Comptroller and Auditor General Difficult Forms: How Government Agencies Interact with Citizens (HC 1145, Session 2002–2003).
1949) Economic Theory and Entrepreneurial History Change and the Entrepreneur. 52 Comptroller and Auditor General Achieving Innovation in Central Government (HC 1447, Session 2005–2006). 53 Efficiency Unit (1994). The Government’s use of external consultants, Cabinet Office. 54 Traditionally, public sector auditing has reinforced bureaucracy’s inherent problems – of caution, adherence to rules, lack of focus on innovation or change. It concentrated on whether the rules were followed, not if outcomes were achieved.
48 Martin, S. (2005) ‘Evaluation, inspection and the improvement agenda: contrasting fortunes in an era of evidence-based policy-making’ Evaluation 11(4) 496–504. 49 Boyne, G. ’ (2003) Public Administration 81(2) 211– 227. 46 Why Bureaucracy Will Never Work 33 the information for reporting on performance could be compromised or inaccurate. There also remains the temptation to exaggerate performance or gloss over problems. The British Government’s own Annual Report50 died a death because it was so clearly not a balanced view on achievement.
Public Sector Auditing: Is it Value for Money by Sir John Bourn