Compliance Performance
Odisha

Report No 5 of 2015 - Economic Sector Government of Odisha

Date on which Report Tabled:
Mon 21 Mar, 2016
Date of sending the report to Government
Government Type
State
Sector Finance,Agriculture and Rural Development

Overview

This Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) on Government of Odisha relates to matters arising from Performance Audit of Schemes of Cooperation Department, Selected Schemes of Animal Resources Development Sector and Compliance Audit of Government Departments / Autonomous Bodies. The primary purpose of the Report is to bring to the notice of the State Legislature, important results of audit. Auditing standards require that the materiality level for reporting should be commensurate with the nature, volume and magnitude of transactions. The audit findings are expected to enable the executive to take corrective action as also to frame policies and directives that will lead to improved financial management of the organisations, thus contributing to better governance.

Compliance Audit refers to examination of the transactions relating to expenditure, receipts, assets and liabilities of the audited entities to ascertain whether the provisions of the applicable Rules, Laws, Regulations, various orders and instructions issued by the competent authorities are being complied with. Performance Audit examines the extent to which the objectives of an organisation, programme or scheme have been achieved economically, efficiently and effectively. This chapter provides the audited entity’s profile, the planning and extent of audit and a synopsis of the significant audit observations. Chapter II of this Report deals with the findings of Performance Audits and Chapter III deals with Compliance Audit of various departments.

The cases mentioned in the Report are among those which came to notice in the course of test audit of accounts during the year 2014-15 as well as those which had come to light in earlier years but could not be dealt with in previous Reports. Matters relating to the period subsequent to 2014-15 have also been included, wherever necessary. 

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