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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”
The 1st Policy, Planning & Coordination Meeting (PPCM) for the year 2013-14 was held yesterday on September 5, 2013 at the RAA Conference Hall.
The Royal Audit Authority has developed the first draft of the Environmental Audit Guidelines 2013 with financial assistance from the UNDP. The draft Guideline is shared to all its stakeholders, including both national and international agencies. The draft is also shared with the INTOSAI Working Group on Environmental Auditing and member SAIs around the globe for their comments.
The RAA is pleased to release its 5th Edition of Bi-annual RAA Newsletter for January - June 2013. In this edition, we focus on the RAA’s on going initiatives in capacity development and bring to you a brief account of the implementation of comprehensive capacity building programme, “ISSAI Implementation Initiative” or “3i Programme” that covers core audit disciplines of financial, compliance and performance audits. It promises us with strengthened auditing profession, benchmarking of practices and enhanced credibility of our products.
As part of the implementation of Risk-Based Financial Audit approach in RAA, a simulation programme on Pilot Risk Based Financial Audit was conducted on 22nd August, 2013.
The Royal Audit Authority released its Annual Audit Report (AAR) 2012. The AAR 2012 was prepared and submitted to His Majesty the King, the Prime Minister and the Speaker as required under the Article 25.5 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Bhutan and Section 72 of the Audit Act of Bhutan 2006. The report contains significant unresolved issues pertaining to audit reports issued during 2012. For copy (Annual Audit Report 2012)