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National Audit Office (United Kingdom): Quiz

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Question 1: These included tickets on ________ and stops at luxury hotels.
BAC TSR-2ConcordeBoeing 747Airbus

Question 2: The Audit Commission - auditor of ________ and the English NHS trusts
Local government in the United KingdomLocal government in EnglandLocal government in Northern IrelandLocal government in Scotland

Question 3: Sir John Bourn's Expenses In May 2007, ________ released information obtained under the Freedom of Information Act detailing the travel expenses of the then head of the NAO, Sir John Bourn.
The SpectatorPrivate EyeNoseweekThe Economist

Question 4: Public reporting that enables democratic and managerial ________
IsraelConstitutionGreeceAccountability

Question 5: The often quoted case is their 1992 investigation into the ________ arms deal where due to ongoing legal investigations the report has not been released.
Panavia TornadoAl YamamahBAE SystemsBritish Aircraft Corporation

Question 6: Its reports are subject to external review both before and after publication by teams of academics from Oxford University and the ________.
University of CambridgeKing's College LondonUniversity of BristolLondon School of Economics

Question 7: It refused to release a copy to investigators during the ________ in 2006 as to do so would have required a special vote by the House of Commons.
Panavia TornadoBAE SystemsAl YamamahBritish Aircraft Corporation

Question 8: Al Yamamah The NAO was also accused of hampering a police investigation into the ________ deal by The Guardian newspaper in July 2006.
British Aircraft CorporationPanavia TornadoBAE SystemsAl Yamamah

Question 9: The National Audit Office (NAO) is an independent Parliamentary body in the ________ which is responsible for auditing central government departments, government agencies and non-departmental public bodies.
United KingdomWalesCanadaEngland

Question 10: The NAO reports to the Comptroller and Auditor General who is an officer of the House of Commons of the ________ and in turn reports to the Public Accounts Committee, a select committee of the House of Commons.
Parliament of the United KingdomPolitics of the United KingdomMonarchy of the United KingdomConstitution of the United Kingdom







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