One of the key strategies in INTOSAI’s Strategic plan tasks the CBC with supporting and promoting medium to long term peer-to-peer cooperation between SAIs in support of institutional development.
Peer-to-peer cooperation is the preferred mode of capacity development for a majority of SAIs. Long term peer-to-peer partnerships between SAIs build on common experiences, common missions and a common identity.
– Most importantly, they build on trust between colleagues.
The CBC workstream on Peer-to-Peer cooperation is currently conducting a webinar series on lessons learned on the project management cycle in medium to long-term peer-to-peer cooperation. Please see below under “Ongoing” for more information!
CBC P2P meeting series 5: Exit
The fourth session, focusing on “Exit”, will be led by SAI Sweden and the IDI on 22 June, 2022.
Summary from the webinar to follow.
CBC P2P meeting series 4: Evaluation
The fourth session, focusing on “Evaluation”, will be led by SAI Sweden and the IDI on 23 March 2022.
Summary from the webinar to follow.
CBC P2P meeting series 3: Implementation and monitoring
The third session, focusing on “Implementation and monitoring”, was led by SAI UK and SAI New Zealand on 20 January 2022.
Please find the summary of this third session here: 2022012 Summary report Implementation and Monitoring
CBC P2P meeting series 2: Design and Planning
The INTOSAI CBC workstream Peer-to-peer (P2P) Cooperation webinar on the 25 November 2021, led by SAI France and IDI, brought various SAIs together to discuss “design and planing”. The webinar series focusses on exchanging lessons learned on the project management cycle in medium to long-term peer-to-peer cooperation.
Please herewith find the Summary CBC P2P Design and Planning Nov 2021 of this second workshop, as well as the Presentation CBC P2P Design and planning SAI France and IDI Nov 2021 used during the session.
CBC P2P meeting series 1: Initiation and needs assessment
The INTOSAI CBC workstream Peer-to-peer (P2P) Cooperation webinar on 28 September 2021, led by SAI Norway and SAI The Netherlands, brought various SAIs together to discuss “initiation and needs assessment”. The webinar series focusses on exchanging lessons learned on the project management cycle in medium to long-term peer-to-peer cooperation.
About the P2P workstream
Medium and long term peer-to-peer cooperation was a theme discussed at the CBC’s annual meeting in Kuwait in 2018. Following up on those discussions, the CBC will encourage INTOSAI members and stakeholders to share their experiences of peer-to-peer cooperation through blogs and articles, strive to create opportunities to exchange experiences of peer-to-peer cooperation, share information about peer-to-peer cooperation, identify good practices and promote the use of peer-to-peer cooperation.
Documentation and Reports
SAI of France
SAI United Kingdom
SAI The Netherlands (Chair)
SAI New Zealand
SAI South Africa
Please contact Andrea Connell if you would like to contribute to this work: email@example.com.
OAG Zambia and OAG Norway’s peer-to-peer cooperation: “Relevant in all areas, but only effective in some.”
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The newly started workstream on peer-to-peer cooperation now has its own section on the CBC website. Following-up on the discussions taking place during the annual meeting in Kuwait, the CBC will: encourage INTOSAI members and stakeholders to share their experiences...
Consolidated notes from theme discussions on peer-to-peer cooperation during the CBC Annual Meeting in Kuwait, 2018
According to the INTOSAI Strategic Plan, one of the CBC’s key strategies to achieve its goal and strategic objectives is “Support and promote medium to long term peerto-peer cooperation between SAIs in support of institutional capacity development.” Peer-to-peer...