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CBC Annual Meeting in Stockholm, 8-10 September – Draft Programme

Tuesday 8 September

CBC List of participants 2015

08.00, 10.15 Short walk from Hotel Kung Carl to meeting venue
12.00, 13.00 Finlandshuset, accompanied by Swedish NAO staff
8.15-13.30 Registration for work stream participants and observers at Finlandshuset’s entrance hall

8.45-10.30 Parallel work stream sessions, 1st morning session:

10:45-12:30 Parallel work stream sessions, 2nd morning session

12.30-13.30 Lunch

13.30-16.30 Regional Forum for Capacity Development
Chaired by CBC Chair, Kimi Makwetu
(optional reading)
10573-001 – Making SAI independence a reality_FDP (PDF, 2M)
10617-001 – Guidance for DFID missions_final (PDF, 1M)
Building Strong Regions (PDF, 103k)

  • Item 1 – Key regional developments
  • Item 2 – Regional effectiveness

19.30-21.00 CBC Annual meeting welcome reception hosted by Swedish Auditor General Mr Ulf Bengtsson, at Kung Carl Hotel

Wednesday 9 September

7.45 Short walk from Hotel Kung Carl to meeting venue
Finlandshuset, accompanied by Swedish NAO staff

08:00-08:30 Registration of delegates not registered the day before

08.30-8.45 Welcome by Deputy Auditor General and CBC Vice Chair, Magnus Lindell

08.45-9.00 Opening remarks by CBC Chair, Kimi Makwetu

09.00-9.30 INTOSAI’s strategic planning process by Dr Faquih, President of the General Auditing Bureau of Saudi Arabia and Chair of the INTOSAI Finance and Administration Committee and Chair INTOSAI-Donor Steering Committee

9.30-10.15 The evolution of the CBC value proposition by CBC Chair, Kimi Makwetu

10.15-10.45 Coffee/tea

Theme 1: Regional professionalism – facilitated by Jan van Schalkwyk, CBC Secretariat
Building Strong Regions (PDF, 103k)

  • Input by rapporteurs on conclusions of the previous day’s discussions in the Regional Forum for Capacity Development
  • Input by SAI UAE on behalf of SAI New Zealand, Chair of the Professionalisation Theme at INCOSAI 2016

12.15-13.15 Lunch

13.15-14.15 (Theme 1 continues)

Round table discussions and feedback

  • Identifying and documenting practical examples of initiatives and actions that will accomplish the key success areas for regional professionalism

15.00-15.30 Coffee/tea

15.30-16.15 Feedback continues

16:15-16:30 Summary of discussions, conclusions and way forward

16:30-17:00 Group photo

17.30 Bus picking up delegates at Hotel Kung Carl

Short bus tour to the Vasa Museum for a guided tour of the museum

19.30-22.00 Dinner at Restaurant Ulla Winbladh in Djurgården hosted by Swedish Auditor General Mr Ulf Bengtsson

Key note speaker: Mr Shashi Kant Sharma, Comptroller and Auditor-General of India and Chair of the INTOSAI Knowledge Sharing Committee (KSC)

22.00 Transport back to Hotel Kung Carl

Thursday 10 September

08.30 Theme 2: SAI capacity/relevance in a Post 2015 Development Agenda perspective – facilitated by CBC Vice Chair, Magnus Lindell
(optional reading)
7891Transforming Our World (PDF, 610k)
Millenium Development Goals 2015 (July 1) (PDF, 7M)
2015 States of Fragility Highlights_rev (PDF, 3M)
OECD States of Fragility 2015_rev (PDF, 2M)

Guest speaker: Ms Lara Taylor-Pearce, Auditor General of Sierra Leone and Chair of AFROSAI-E

Guest speaker: Ms Jennifer Thomson, Chief Financial Management Officer, World Bank and Chair INTOSAI-Donor Steering Committee

9.45-10.30 Round-table discussions and feedback around the issue of “What is the SAI’s role in relation to the UN sustainable development goals”

10.30-11.00 Coffee break

11.00-11.30 Experiences and perspectives on SAI engagements relating to the sustainable development goals

  • Input by: Andrea Connell, SAI Netherlands regarding experiences of working in and with SAIs in fragile states
  • Input by S.K. Subramanian, SAI India on the KSC’s thoughts on how communities of practice can enable SAIs to respond to the Post 2015 Development Agenda
  • Input by Tiofilusi Tiueti, PASAI with a focus on the audit of issues related to the millennium development goals and the sustainable development goals; regional cooperative environmental audits

11.30-12.30 Round table-discussions and feedback: What are the challenges and priorities – and possible actions to meet expectations, challenges and priorities – for my SAI, my region, the CBC, other INTOSAI bodies.

12.30-13.30 Lunch

13.30-14.00 Summary and conclusions of Theme 2 presentations and discussions

14.00-16.45 CBC Steering Committee meeting

Chaired by CBC Vice Chair, Magnus Lindell

20150825 Draft agenda_CBC Steering Committee of 10 September 2015 (PDF, 299k)
Agenda item 2 Draft Minutes CBC SCmeeting Lima Sept 2014 (PDF, 296k)
ISSAI 5800_Final Comments and actions (PDF, 605k)
Agenda item 4 Peer Review SC Report to SteerC (PDF, 452k)
Agenda item 4 Progress report IntoSAINT Project Group-def (PDF, 866k)
Agenda item 4 SC on Cooperative Audits – 2015 Stockholm report (PDF, 264k)
Agenda item 4 TGIAC report to CBC steeringcom (PDF, 135k)
ISSAI 5600 – August 2015 draft(2) (PDF, 541k)
ISSAI 5600 Annex PRAQ – August 2015 draft(2) (PDF, 428k)
ISSAI 5800 final draft_clean (PDF, 633k)
ISSAI 5800-summary-240715 (PDF, 95k)

CBC Guides – discussion points List of Guides 2015 (PDF, 191k)

List of Guides 2015 (PDF 70k)

16.45-17.00 Conclusions of meeting and way forward

CBC Chair, Kimi Makwetu


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