"A credible Supreme Audit Institution that promotes value for money and good governance in public operations and contributes towards achieving the societal aspirations of Gross National Happiness.”
" RAA is an independent constitutional body which contributes to accountability, transparency and effective service delivery. In the service of Tsa-Wa-Sum (the King, Country and People), we audit without fear, favour or prejudice and provide timely, reliable and quality audit services to assist effective decision making in the public sector.”
The Auditor General of Bhutan led a two member delegation to New Delhi, India from 14th November 2010 on invitation by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India. The delegation will attend 150th Anniversary of the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India. The occasion will be commemorated by holding a seminar on ‘Challenges for Audit’ on 15th November followed by anniversary event on 16th November 2010. The Auditor General of Bhutan will present a paper on ‘New Paradigm of Governance and aligning the role of Supreme Audit Institute in fulfilling stakeholders’ expectations’ during the seminar.
The Royal Audit Authority (RAA) and the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) of India signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the year 2001 to strengthen the Capacity Building of the RAA. This MoU got extended to another five years in 2007.
Both the Office of the C&AG of India and the RAA are one of the active members of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institution (INTOSAI) and the Asian Organization of Supreme Audit Institution (ASOSAI).