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"To audit without fear, favor or prejudice on the prudent and effective use of public resources and report to the Parliament and stakeholders for enhancing transparency and accountability in the government”
Seven new officers joined the RAA on 7th January, 2015. They were recruited through the Civil Service Common Examination in December, 2013. Prior to joining the RAA, they pursued Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Management at the Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu in 2014, a year long mandatory course.
The first ever Progress Review Meeting between the officials of RAA and contractors on the construction of RAA’s Professional Development Centre, Damphu was held in the Office of the Assistant Auditor General (OAAG), Tsirang on 31st December 2014. The meeting was graced by Dasho Ugen Chewang, the Hon’ble Auditor General of Bhutan.
Two senior officers of the Royal Audit Authority were awarded with the International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions’ (ISSAI) Facilitator Certificate in Compliance Audit by the Hon’ble Auditor General on December 30, 2014. The Certificates were awarded for successful completion of the ISSAI Certification Programme initiated by the INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI).
The Hon’ble Auditor General conferred Tashi Khadhar to Mr. Karma Tenzin, new Assistant Auditor General of Corporation & Financial Institutions Division (CFID) today on 30th December, 2014.He was selected based on open competition selection as per the Section 13.7 of the Bhutan Civil Service Rules and Regulations 2012. He joined the RAA in January 2000 and was officiating as the Assistant Auditor General, CFID prior to his promotion. He holds Certified Chartered Accountant from the United Kingdom.
The RAA family celebrated the Royal Civil Service Medal Award ceremony today in the Office of the Auditor General, Thimphu. The award was conferred to the recipients in keeping with the Royal Command issued to the Royal Civil Service Commission and also as per the Chapter 22 of Bhutan Civil Service Rules & Regulations 2012 for their dedicated service to the Tsa-Wa-Sum (King, Country and the People).
Coinciding with the occasion of celebrating the Royal Civil Service Medals Award at the Office of the Auditor General, Thimphu, the Hon’ble Auditor General also conferred Tashi Khadhar to three out of four newly selected Assistant Auditors General of RAA.
Training on Interpretation of Drawings and Estimates conducted in the Conference Hall from 24th to 28th November, 2014 concluded today with field visit to construction sites in Paro. The course coordinated by the Human Resource & International Resource Division and delivered by the in-house trainers was attended by around 14 particpants from the head office and regional offices.