Promoting public sector accountability

December 13, 2022

Auditor-General, Mr David Dennis

Photo: UNDP

The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) is an independent institution established in 1978 by the Constitution of Solomon Islands to support the Auditor General fulfil their mandate to provide audit service to the government and the people of Solomon Islands.

UNDP Solomon Islands partnered with SIBC to launch a series of Talk Back Show to reflect on how different integrity and oversight bodies work together to build transparent, accountable and inclusive institutions across the country. 

Listen to the first Talk where we the Auditor-General, Mr David Dennis speaks about the work of the Office of Auditor General.

The Talk Back Show is part of a series of events happening during the International Anticorruption Week and is organized by three UNDP projects - Transparency and Accountability for the People of Solomon Islands – The Project for Strengthening the Capacities to Combat Corruption (TAPSCCC), the Strengthening Anticorruption, Transparency and Accountability in Pacific Island Countries (“Pacific Anti-Corruption Project”, Fiji) project and UN Regional Anti-Corruption Project (UN-PRAC) implemented by UNDP Offices in Solomon Islands and Fiji with financial support from Governments of Japan, the United Kingdom and New Zealand.