2014 RESULTS OF SAIGA'S REPORTING AWARDS Results of the Thirteenth Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards (financial year ends 2013) published September 2014 The Department of Transport and Public Works the Western Cape is the overall winner of SAIGA's 2014 Reporting Awards (published September 2014). Other salient features: * Above table show the results of the last ten years only [ 2014 RESULTS ][ TOP 20 LIST ][ MOST CONSISTENT DEPARTMENT ][ BACK TO THE TOP ] The full list of 2014 winners for the financial reporting year ended 31 March 2013 is: Province with highest average score: The Western Cape province with an average score of 91.44 takes first place amongst provinces. Independence statement: The Southern African Institute of Government Auditors received numerous offers for sponsorship of this project and specific categories. We do, however, believe that the information and the findings not only have to reflect absolute independence but that SAIGA also has to be seen and perceived to be independent. Consequently, no sponsor’s name is associated with the project – it is completely self- funded and independent. Quality assurance statement: The quality assurance relating to the technical analysis and evaluation, is done by the Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria. Media statement: SAIGA’s Executive President highlighted the fact that the statutory performance reporting requirements of the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and the Treasury Regulations provided the South African public with a wealth of information not only about the financial results of the departments in an understandable format, but also gave a detailed account of the objectives which were set and whether or not these objectives were met. Further information which has to be disclosed includes reasons for non-performance and actions taken to rectify the situation. “If the financial and performance disclosure requirements are compared to those of the private sector and especially listed companies which attract investments from the general public, it becomes clear to what extent the private sector accountability arrangements lack behind the public sectors’. Yet the media awards hardly any attention to the achievements in terms of financial reporting in the public sector” remarks Gloeck. The SAIGA Reporting Awards are now firmly established and have become a highly visible instrument and benchmark to monitor public accountability and transparency in national and provincial departments. [ 2014 RESULTS ][ TOP 20 LIST ][ MOST CONSISTENT DEPARTMENT ][ BACK TO THE TOP ] The TOP 20 list:  Thirteenth SAIGA Reporting Awards - 2014 Since the competition in this year’s SAIGA Reporting Awards was intense, special mention should also be made of departments which achieved a high score, but were not category winners. SAIGA has therefore decided to publish a “Top 20” list. Most consistent departments SAIGA Reporting Awards - 2014 The prestige of achieving the most consistent high performance over the past three years again goes to the Department of Agriculture (refer to table below). Methodology: The positions of the departments on the Top 20 list in the 2014, 2013 and 201 years were added to arrive at a combined score. Where two departments have the same score the position in this year’s Top 20 is deciding. The lower the combined score, the more consistent the department’s performance over the three years. [ 2014 RESULTS ][ TOP 20 LIST ][ MOST CONSISTENT DEPARTMENT ][ BACK TO THE TOP ]
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