It is with great pleasure that we present to you the final Version 1 of the SAI Strategic Management Handbook.
The IDI’s SAI Innovations 2020 theme ‘Innovative SAIs going F.A.R.’ was launched in November with two framing webinars.
Evaluation of joint project highlights excellent work of peers along with several gaps and areas for improvement.
We are delighted to present to you our Healthy Interactions - Recipes for Online Facilitation Flipbook.
IDI has been supporting Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) primarily in the developing countries to implement International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions (ISSAIs) since 2012 under its 3i Programme. This year the IDI has transitioned from programme-based delivery approach to continuous workstreams based support. There are four workstreams under its Strategic Plan 2019-23. The development and maintenance of global public goods for ISSAI implementation remains at the heart of Professional SAIs workstream.
Financial Audit ISSAI Implementation Handbook is one such another product. The Handbook is an audit methodology that contains explanations of the ISSAI financial audit process as well as audit working paper templates, that are designed to facilitate the application of ISSAIs in practice. The methodology suggested in this Handbook extensively covers the audit work to be performed and documented at an audit engagement level. Following the endorsement of INTOSAI Framework of Professional Pronouncement (IFPP) in 2019, IDI carried out the light touch review of Financial Audit ISSAI Implementation Handbook in 2020 to reflect the new numbering system of Financial Audit ISSAIs among other minor updates. The updated version of this handbook is available on https://idi.no/elibrary/professional-sais/issai-implementation-handbooks/handbooks-english/1118-financial-audit-issai-implementation-handbook-version-1-english-light-touch-review-2020/file for use by our SAIs.
The translated version of this Handbook in Arabic, French and Spanish will be available soon.
IDI has been supporting Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) in the developing countries to implement International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions (ISSAIs) since 2012 under its 3i Programme.
The IDI held two webinars for SAI Innovations on 24th and 25th November. The webinars focused on this year’s theme of Innovative SAIs going F.A.R.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need for the implementation of relevant SDGs, 40 SAIs from different INTOSAI regions have committed to conduct the Cooperative Performance Audit of Strong and Resilient National Public Health System related to SDG 3.d (called as 3.d audit).
IDI Board approves plans and budget for 2021
In a virtual meeting on 25 November 2020, the IDI Board approved the IDI Operational Plan and budget for 2021. IDI will implement its strategic priorities in 2021 under the new normal, focussing on being a flexible, agile and resilient organisation. This means that IDI will flexibly increase staff levels where necessary to execute new initiatives, scale up support and deliver on new platforms.
IDI presents its approach for the new normal and describes current and global initiatives to representatives from the OLACEFS region