Moscow Declaration Survey Marathon

Results of the survey on the occasion of the one-year anniversary since the adoption of the Moscow Declaration at XXIII INCOSAI

Survey results

INTOSAI International Scientific and Practical Conference

21 - 22 April 2021

About the Conference

Developing Future Directions for Public Auditing

As stipulated by the Moscow Declaration, to ensure value and benefits, supreme audit institutions and INTOSAI need to be able to apply new approaches and take advantage of opportunities to meet emerging challenges

 

Moscow Declaration

University of INTOSAI. U-INTOSAI

U-INTOSAI is a new international educational online platform focused on the development of public audit and capacity building for Supreme Audit Institutions based on the INTOSAI Moscow Declaration.

INTOSAI University

Openness

Supreme Audit Institutions promote open government, accountability and availability of data, source codes and algorithms.

Openness

Strategic audit

Supreme Audit Institutions develop a strategic approach to public audit to support the achievement of national priority objectives and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Strategic Audit

Sustainable Development Goals

Supreme Audit Institutions are recognized as important players in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Sustainable Development Goals

Digital technologies and big data

The unique position of Supreme Audit Institutions in the public sector makes it possible to collect and analyze large amounts of data from auditees. Analysis of this data with the use of modern information technologies and methods helps to achieve qualitatively new audit results thus improving public resources management.

Digital & Big Data

Official Address of INTOSAI Chair Aleksei Kudrin to the
25th UN/INTOSAI Symposium

25th UN/INTOSAI Symposium - one of the landmark events for the audit community took place online from 28 to 30 June 2021.

INTOSAI members, as well as representatives of the World Bank, the International Budget Partnership, the INTOSAI Development Initiative and UNODC discussed the impact of COVID-19 on SAIs' organizational capacities, experiences and good practices in auditing the COVID-19 responses, innovative approaches to enhancing the transparency and resilient accountability systems in the aftermath of COVID-19.

The conclusions and recommendations of the UN/INTOSAI symposium are further developed in the resolutions of the UN General Assembly, the provisions of the declarations of the INCOSAI, and are implemented in auditors’ activities.

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