Author portrait picture In the eye of the beholder

To be honest, when I applied for a job at the Office of the Auditor-General I had to do a bit of research. I hadn’t heard of it and I had no idea what it did. However, the more I found out, the more I wanted to work there.

Author portrait picture Back in my day…

When I was at primary school, I had a PostBank savings book. Once a week, I took the savings book to school, along with some money to deposit, and handed it in in the morning.

Author portrait picture The way to the future

Developments in technology are changing how we carry out even the simplest of tasks. So how are public sector organisations responding to citizens' needs?

Author portrait picture People matter: trust and risk

At my son’s football match, I watched from the side line along with other parents, who were becoming increasingly unhappy as their sons in opposing teams tested each other.

Author portrait picture Data and integrity

Baking in integrity to make public services that are sure to rise

Author portrait picture Back at number one and it’s personal

“Putting people first in maintaining integrity” was a theme in Lyn Provost’s last speech as Auditor-General at the fifth Transparency International Leaders Integrity Forum last week.