The General Auditing Commission Completes Several Audits
While the Commission sincerely wishes that every Liberian has access to hard copies of all its audit reports, the lack of adequate resources would not permit the Commission to do so. However, anyone wishing to read or download the audit reports can log onto the Commission’s website: www.gacliberia.com.
Additionally, copies of GAC audit reports can be found in a number of libraries and reading rooms around Monrovia.
Audit reports released on 26 March 2009 are listed below in two categories, namely forensic and regular audits.
List of Forensic Audits:
The Special Forensic Audit Reports on the Sale of Road Construction Equipment by Consolidated Group Incorporated to the Ministry of Public Works
The Special Forensic Audit Report on the Sale of Iron Ore for the period January2004-January-2006
Special Forensic Report on the Ministry of Internal Affairs County Development Fund(CDF) for the fiscal period ended 2005-2006
And Special Forensic the Liberia Holdings in the International Maritime Ltd. for the fiscal period of January 2004 to January 2006
List of Regular Audits:
The Fiscal Accounts of the Government of Liberia(Expenditure for the Fiscal years ended 2005,06 and2006/07
And the Monrovia Transit Authority(MTA) for the fiscal years ended 2006/2007
List of Audit Reports Completed and Released Over Five(5) Months Ago
1. National Social Security and Welfare Corporation(NASSCORP),fiscal years ended 2005/2006 and 2006/2007
2. National Housing Authority(NHA),fiscal year ended 2006/2007
3. Independent Human Rights Commission, fiscal years ended 2006/2007
4. National Lotteries,20006/2007
5. Ministry of Finance(Revenue),fiscal years ended 2005/2006 and 2006/2007
6. Bong Mines Community Escrow Accounts
7. Ministry of Youth and Sports Recreational Centers
8. Ministry of Finance Expenditure and Administration, fiscal years ended 2005/2006 and 2006/2007
The GAC hopes Liberians would make efforts to read the audit reports of government ministries and agencies as well as private institutions that benefit from tax payers money.
Ernest S. Maximore
Chief Communication Officer