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The Barbados Audit Office was established in 1855 under the Act for Better Auditing and Inspecting of Public Accounts. The Office of the Auditor General exists to serve the Legislative Assembly and the people of Barbados. Under the Barbados Constitution the Auditor General is the auditor of all government ministries, departments, funds and government controlled entities. The Auditor General reports annually to the House of Assembly and his reports highlight issues requiring the attention of Parliament. It also contains recommendations that assist government organizations to improve their performance.