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.

Word from the Chair

A big thank you to all participants who made the contiguous meeting of the INTOSAI Capacity Building Committee and the INTOSAI-Donor Cooperation Steering Committee so successful! Trying out the new meeting format, combining two important meetings, proved positive and we hope it will have a continuous good effect on the synergies between our committees, further strengthening the capacity of SAIs and improving global governance.

The input received in Cape Town is now feeding nicely into the preparations for the Governing Board and the Congress in Abu Dhabi in December. In the UAE we, among other things, hope for the approval of the CBC take-over of the strategic leadership for the SAI Performance Measurement Framework and of the draft ISSAIs 5600 on peer review and ISSAI 5800 on cooperative audits. We also look forward to the approval of the CBC Work Plan 2017-2022 (and key performance indicators), including new responsibilities for the CBC, such as the creation of a new work stream on SAIs in fragile situations.



Fourth INCOSAI Newsletter

Please find below the fourth INCOSAI newsletter recently published by the hosting SAI of the United Arab Emirates. In this newsletter you will find an update on the two main themes for the Congress. Furthermore, there is an update about the latest information on the...

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OLACEFS Request for feed-back on Capacity Building Plan

When Brazil’s Federal Court of Accounts (TCU ) became Chair of the Capacity Building Committee (CCC ) of the Organization of Latin America and Caribbean Supreme Audit Institutions (OLACEFS ) in the beginning of 2016, it established a bold and broad agenda focused on...

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