Russian-Cuban seminar “Informatization of audit processes”
Nowadays SAIs rely extensively on IT systems to collect more information on auditing, but sometimes they face information technology operational challenges that hinder the ability to effectively carry out high quality monitoring.
Mr Aleksei Kudrin summarized the first year of INTOSAI Chairmanship
Mr Aleksei Kudrin, Head of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation, held the 74th INTOSAI Governing Board meeting and summarized SAI Russia’s first year as Chair of this world’s biggest international audit organization.
How COVID-19 affects the implementation of the SDGs: tough challenges and green plans for the future
According to the United Nations, the pandemic has been an unprecedented wake-up call for governments, businesses and people themselves. It has laid bare deep inequalities and exposed precisely the failures that are addressed in the 2030 Agenda. In this digest issue, we look at how the world is moving towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and how to stay on track in the trying times of the pandemic.
How COVID-19 changes public procurement: quick decisions, joint procurement and open data
According to the European Commission, improving public procurement process can yield big savings: even a 1% efficiency gain could save EUR 20 billion per year. In our new digest, we look at how the coronavirus pandemic may serve as an additional stimulus for reforming the system and what needs to be done to find a balance between time, efficiency and compliance with procurement procedures.
Chairman of the Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation participated in 55th ASOSAI Governing Board meeting
On July 27 the delegation of the Accounts Chamber headed by Aleksei Kudrin participated in the 55th ASOSAI Governing Board virtual meeting. The agenda covered issues related to the budget, strategic planning, as well as the results of ASOSAI work and activities for the past year.