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INTOSAI – International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions ...

... is an autonomous, independent and non-political organization.

The International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) operates as an umbrella organization for the external government audit community. It is a non-governmental organization with special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations.



Letter from the Chair of INTOSAI

April 2024

The Importance of ISSAI 140 for Quality Management in Government Audits

To guarantee the trust, credibility, and effectiveness of Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs), it is crucial to ensure the quality of the audits they conduct. In this particular context, the concept of quality refers to the degree of compliance of the audits and reports issued by the audit institutions with the professional standards and applicable legal regulatory requirements. This compliance…

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Term-end – Peer Support Project

Term-end Review of Office of Auditor General Somalia
Peer Support Project 2021-2025

INTOSAI Development Initiative, Oslo invites bids for the Term-end Review of Office of Auditor General Somalia Peer Support Project 2021-2025. The last date for submission is 3 May 2024.

>>> Terms of Reference


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Peer-to-Peer workstream - April 2024

The Peer-to-Peer workstream presents: a masterclass on IDI

The INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI) is a body which supports capacity development of supreme audit institutions in most developing countries.

It is important for recipients of peer support to know who IDI is; what they do and how they can help you, and how they partner with providers of peer support and other development partners. It will be an interactive workshop with the opportunity to ask questions and to…

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From 11 to 15 March 2024, INTOSAI's financial statements for the year 2023 were audited at the headquarters of the INTOSAI General Secretariat in Vienna, Austria.

The external auditors from the SAIs of Jamaica and Ecuador submitted their audit results with an unqualified opinion to the General Secretariat for inclusion in the annual report, which will be submitted to the Governing Board by June 2024.


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