Public procurement in WA must strengthen controls

15 October 2018

A number of local governments (LGs) in Western Australia (WA) have been told to strengthen their procurement controls.

An audit of eight LGs by the Office of the Auditor General found all needed to make improvements to address procurement risk, ensure value for money and to make sure procurement happened in an honest way.

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