We all know the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been devastating and—the word of the year— unprecedented. Faced with the urgent need to be more agile, flexible, and transparent, Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) across regions have had to rethink the timing, visibility, and scope of their audit work.
Exciting opportunities in a project at SAI Madagascar, launched in collaboration with IDI and with financial support from USAID.
The IDI SPMR Implementation and Reporting eLearning course is taking place from 1 March to 22 April. Over 60 participants from 10 ASOSAI members will be taking part in this course.
IDI encourages all parties to create a conducive environment in which the Principles of the Mexico Declaration are honored so that the Audit Office can effectively carry out its role.
Full details can be found in the Framework Agreement. Deadline for submissions is 15 March 2021.
In our continuing cooperation with PASAI on IDI-PASAI Financial Statements of Governments (FSG) Audit Initiative, SAIs of Fiji, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, and Vanuatu signed an MoU with PASAI and IDI.
The National Audit Chamber (NAC) of South Sudan has developed a Compliance audit manual and kick-started key compliance audits
IDI launched its SAI Innovations initiative in November 2020 to highlight the importance of seeking to adopt new innovations and finding new solutions to SAIs to stay relevant for the benefit of all. In SAI Innovations we embrace horizontal sharing of ideas and innovations.
The State Audit Office (SAO) of the Republic of Latvia affirmed its support to Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) on the African continent. The SAO and the INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI) signed an agreement for the funding aiming at developing capacity and help SAIs in Africa.