The Capacity Building Committee is the INTOSAI advocate and custodian for SAI capacity development. We facilitate initiatives in support of SAIs and regions building their capacities and enhancing their capabilities.
Representatives of the chairs and vice-chairs of INTOSAI's three main committees, the Professional Standards Committee (PSC), the Capacity Building Committee (CBC) and the Knowledge Sharing Committee (KSC) meet regularly to coordinate their respective activities and...read more
Please read in the latest issue of the PASAI Bulletin about the CBC Chair's visit to the PASAI region and to the Office of the Auditor General of New Zealand! PASAI Bulletin January...read more
Please make sure to block your calendars for the next CBC Annual Meeting, generously hosted by SAI Kuwait, on 3-5 September, 2018. All necessary information will be available on the website in due course, as well as e-mailed. So keep an eye out for the next...read more
This INTOSAI-Donor cooperation review identifies a range of good practice principles as well as challenges that have been experienced in coordination support to SAIs. Please find the report here: Review of Coordination of Support to SAIs INTOSAI-Donor...read more
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all CBC members and stakeholders for a productive and successful 2017 and wish you all a happy new year in 2018.
We will now take some time off in the CBC leadership and secretariat but look forward to continuing on the journey of capacity development together with you in the new year.
Kimi Makwetu and Magnus Lindell
The CBC invites members and stakeholders of the INTOSAI community to submit brief texts with personal reflections on a topic of general interest. The views expressed are those of the author and may not correspond with the views of the organization they represent or of the CBC. We welcome these submissions to inspire readers, engage discussions and challenge ourselves to learn from others’ experiences.
When I assumed my new role as CEO at AFROSAI-E recently, a number of topical issues, amongst others Professionalisation; Public Finance Management (PFM) reforms; SAIs operating in fragile states and SDGs, sparked excitement and enthusiasm in me. I would like to share...read more
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