The Court of Auditors (Curte de Conturi – CC) published for the first time the program of activity for the next period and the list of central and local institutions to be audited in the second half of the year. The representatives of the institution show that the publication of the activity program is part of the operations and activities carried out by the Supreme Audit Institutions (IAS) for which the INTOSAI standards recommend transparency and accountability.

“In this respect, the Romanian Court of Auditors makes an important step in communicating with audited entities the planning of audit missions, including their topics, while also ensuring public access to information on the activities of the institution. The Court of Audit is a new approach to the management of the institution towards its own structures by facilitating a better development of the assurance, advice and evaluation process within audit missions, “the release said.

The publication on its own website of the activity was approved by the Court of Auditors by the decision no. 315/9 August 2018.

The CC Activity Program for 2018 – the second semester includes the actions of the central and territorial structures regarding the entities to be audited by the end of the year on the three types of external public audit: financial, compliance and performance.

The list of central public administration includes a number of 38 institutions to be audited in the coming months, including most ministries, the Presidential Administration, the Romanian Intelligence Service, the General Secretariat of the Government, the Competition Council, Eximbank, the Bucharest City Hall, the Romanian Academy.

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