Ideal working environment
An Ideal working environment refers to the preconditions which must be in place in terms of the working environment for a SAI and its auditors to successfully execute their mandate. Such preconditions include independence from those you audit, comprehensive audit mandates, access to all information needed to fulfil the audit mandate, no restrictions on the publication of SAI reports, and the ability to follow up on your findings and recommendations.
Engagement with Civil Society
Issues paper on SAI audit of donor funds
General Secretariat brochure on “pillars of SAI independence”
PASAI Independence Resource Kit
The ACCC workstream aims to hold two or three webinars per year on topics of particular relevance for SAIs in complex and challenging contexts.
Increase Use and Impact of Audit Reports ENG
NEWS for Ideal Working Enviroment
In September, the Swedish National Audit Office hosted the conference Young EUROSAI, YES. The results from the conference have now been compiled in the form of a call to all auditors-general and other management within EUROSAI, where young staff suggest changes to...
..."Civil society organisations (CSOs) are among a SAI’s most important stakeholders. But there are things SAIs need to do to nurture these relationships to ensure both parties derive value and benefits from this engagement". Please find an interesting read below from...
By Johanna Gardmark, Senior International Advisor, Swedish National Audit Office "As we are – hopefully – quickly approaching the end of a multi-year pandemic, it seems like a good time to pause a bit for...