Outgoing Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo on Wednesday said her office received an “unqualified opinion” stamp from the Commission on Audit (COA for the fourth straight year.
In a tweet, Robredo said the COA rating was a “fitting exclamation point” to her six-year term.
“We were granted an unqualified opinion by the Commission on Audit for the 4th straight year (2018-2021)!!! What a fitting exclamation point to our 6 years at the OVP,” she said.
According to the Commission on Audit (COA), “unqualified opinion” is the highest rating a government agency can receive.
State auditors grant the rating when an agency’s financial statements conform to the Philippine Public Sector Accounting Standards.
Robredo’s term as vice president will end tomorrow at noon.
She ran for president in the 2022 elections but lost to Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos by more than 15 million votes. John Ezekiel J. Hirro