Auditing Sustainable Development: INTOSAI Community Milestones
INTOSAI Journal in its spring 2020 edition published the article by Aleksei Kudrin, Chairman, Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation, and Chairman of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions
How the Coronavirus Changes Work of SAIs – Suspended Audits and Greater Transparency
A guideline for supreme audit institutions, the Moscow Declaration, says that "SAIs need to respond to a changing world of governance and, in doing so, respond to emerging national and global challenges." Learn below how audit agencies from around the globe adhere to this principle in the midst of the pandemic.
How the Coronavirus Changes Social Services: Putting into Practice the Principle of Leaving No One Behind
Vulnerable people always need special attention, for example, the disabled, the homeless, orphans, the unemployed, prisoners and many others. In short, all those who objectively need support at any time.
How the Coronavirus Changes Education: Gobal Problems and Other Countries Experience
UNESCO, OECD and the World Bank have conducted studies on how education is changing in the era of self-isolation and quarantine. In a few paragraphs, we describe how the governments around the world cope with these challenges.
The Accounts Chamber team to take part in the First International Hackathon of EUROSAI
On March 3 Prague is hosting the First International Hackathon* of the European Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (EUROSAI). It will be attended by teams of supreme audit institutions from 25 European countries, including Russia. They will have three days to share best practices and complete tasks in creating software and visual solutions that increase the efficiency of SAIs and streamline the work of state auditors. In addition, some of the tasks pertain to the issues of comparison and collation of audit results from various countries based on different standards.