a the accounts of the Federation and the appropriation of the sums granted by Parliament ti meet the public expenditure;
b such accounts of public authorities and other bodies administering public funds as may be laid before the House;
c reports of the Auditor-General laid before the House in accordance with Article 107 of the Consitution; and
d such other matters as the Committee may think fit, or which may be referred to the Committee by the House.

"The Committee shall have power to send for person, papers and records, and to report from time to time."

“When a report of the Auditor General is received, the Secretary General of Treasury or State Financial Officer shall send a copy of each paragraph of the report to the responsible Controlling Officer for his comments. From the information received, a memorandum shall be prepared for the use of the Secretary General of Treasury or State Financial Officer at the meeting held by the Public Accounts Committee for the consideration of the report. The Committee may also require a Controlling Officer to give evidence before it.”

“When the Public Accounts Committee has delivered its report to the Legislative Body, a copy for each paragraph of the report shall also be sent to the responsible Controlling Officer. If the report requires for an action to be taken, the Controlling Officer shall take the necessary steps to comply. The Controlling Officer shall then report to the Secretary General of Treasury or State Financial Officer the current position of each paragraph that is referred to him. The Secretary General of Treasury or State Financial Officer shall then send to the Public Accounts Committee a final memorandum on the matters referred in the report of the Committee.”

“In addition to being fully responsible and the main advisor to the Minister, the Secretary General is also responsible to:

(b) the Public Accounts Committee in matter of controlling expenditure and keeping proper accounts for each duty undertaken by them.”