Office of the Auditor-General (Kenya)
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The Auditor-General's roles under the Kenyan constitution are :
- Within six months after the end of each financial year, the Auditor-General shall audit and report, in respect of that financial
- Accounts of the national and county governments
- Accounts of all funds and authorities of the national and county governments;
- Accounts of all courts
- Accounts of every commission and independent office established by the Constitution
- the accounts of the National Assembly, the Senate and the county assemblies
- Accounts of political parties funded from public funds;
- The public debt
- Accounts of any other entity that legislation requires the Auditor-General to audit.
- The Auditor-General may audit and report on the accounts of any entity that is funded from public funds.
The Auditor-General is mandated to do the following through the audit reports:
- An audit report shall confirm whether or not public money has been applied lawfully and in an effective way.
- Audit reports shall be submitted to Parliament or the relevant county assembly
- Within three months after receiving an audit report, Parliament or the county assembly shall debate and consider the report and take
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