Welcome to the official website for the Samoa Audit Office (SAO).
This online service was developed to provide all SAO key stakeholders with all necessary information and services at anytime from anywhere. From time to time we will upload all the latest reports that will be tabled in Parliament and as well as activities and work plan carried out at SAO.
SAO has been at the forefront to deliver independent public sector audit services and to promote improvement in public sector administration. We continue to work towards strengthening this vision for the next 3 years.
We hope that you will find this site useful and if you have any feedback that will help improve this site please do not hesitate to contact us.
Fuimaono Papali’i C.G. Afele
CONTROLLER & AUDITOR GENERAL
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Audit Examiner, Venus Iosefa, received a letter of commendation from the Samoan Prime Minister, Hon. Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi for her work in last month's UN SIDS Conference where she was the Liaison Officer for the Canadian delegation.
The High Commissioner of Canada, HE Caroline Chrétien, wrote directly to the Samoan Prime Minister praising Miss Iosefa's diligence and professionalism which left a huge impression.
The Canadian delegation was headed by the Parliamentary Secretary to Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. David Anderson.
Samoa Audit Office joins in celebrations for Public Service Day, 26 September
- The latest update from the Pacific Regional Audit Initiative (PRAI)
- The Samoa Audit Office successfully hosted the 17th Pacific Association of Supreme Audit Institutions (PASAI) Congress which ended on Friday, 22 August. The Keynote Addresses for the Congress can be accessed if you click on the following links:
Address by the Hon. Prime Minister
Address by the Hon. Deputy Prime Minister
Address by the Hon. Speaker of the House
The outcomes from the Congress can be found here.
- Samoa's preparations for the 3rd International Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Conference were hailed impressive by the UN Secretary General, and the staff of the Samoa Audit Office staff were part of the many volunteers who worked to ensure that the conference was a success.