7 – 8 December 2021
Holiday Inn, Suva
Ajay Nand – Auditor General
A warm welcome to the Commonwealth Auditors-General and their delegates to the Fiji OAG Events website.
I have immense pleasure in inviting you to the XXIV Commonwealth Auditors-General Conference, to be held in Nadi from 26 to 28 May, 2020.
As in previous years, the Conference will provide a valuable opportunity for Commonwealth Auditors-General to discuss emerging issues and challenges and develop ways to collaborate and build on relationships across our Supreme Audit Institutions for our collective benefit.
I look forward to welcoming and meeting you all.
XXIV CAGC Logo
The green leaves represent balance and growth. The horizontal lines which can be seen as steps depict progress for now and into the future. The converging of the leaves and steps at the base portray the coming together of different backgrounds, values, experiences and expertise into one collective forum which is the Conference. It also represents unity, stability and dependability amongst Commonwealth countries.
The earthly colours used represent communication and calmness. The green and blue colours are also synonymous to the Pacific as they represent the ocean and the land. They also signify persistence and determination to succeed in whichever endeavor pursued regardless of the challenges.
The motif on the bigger leaf is symbolic to Fiji, the host of the XXIV CAGC.
About Commonwealth Auditors-General Conference
Since 1951, the Auditors-General of the Commonwealth have met every three years to engage in discussions on public sector auditing topics, matters of mutual professional interest and concern and to share experiences. Principal and country papers on the conference themes are normally delivered by delegates, with sub-theme discussions and keynote addresses also an integral part of the three day event. The previous conference was the XXIII Conference held in New Delhi, India in 2017 with the theme “Fostering Partnerships for Capacity Development in Public Audit”