To promote accountability, transparency and improvement of all Government Departments and entities and to ascertain that the funds appropriated by Parliament are applied to the purposes intended.
An independent, professional, and respected supreme audit institution conducting innovative and efficient audits to advance transparency and accountability in government operations.
To have a Public Service built on the tenets of transparency, accountability and good governance.
The Audit Department is required by the Constitution to examine the accounts of the Central Government, Local Government and Statutory Undertakings to ensure that funds provided by the Parliament are used for the purposes intended, giving due regard to economy, efficiency and effectiveness. It is intended that the Director of Audit reports on the accounts annually, which report forms the basis for the function of the Public Accounts Committee.