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At the Office of the Auditor-General, we often remind the public sector that the public’s trust and confidence in it is driven by competence, reliability, and honesty. But it doesn’t matter where you work – those factors will drive trust and confidence in your organisation, too.

Equally, any concerns about any of those factors will damage how others see your organisation.

In October 2020, we updated our good practice guide on sensitive expenditure. This is one of those business activities that goes straight to the heart of trust and confidence.

Sensitive expenditure is

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