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Outgoing AG Fraser calls her independence 'absolutely essential'

Auditor General Sheila Fraser, whose high-profile 10-year term comes to an end in May, is dismissing some concern that the government is actively searching to recruit a "team player" to replace her, and told The Hill Times the independence of the Office of the Auditor General is "absolutely essential."

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Outgoing AG Fraser calls her independence 'absolutely essential'

Feds search for next AG and want a 'team player.'

Auditor General Sheila Fraser, whose high-profile 10-year term comes to an end in May, is dismissing some concern that the government is actively searching to recruit a "team player" to replace her, and told The Hill Times the independence of the Office of the Auditor General is "absolutely essential."

  

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