"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 RAA is conducting its 63rd PPCM-cum-Mid-Term Review Meeting for 2016-2017 at Phuentsholing. The 3-days meeting will review the progress of all planned activities for 2016-17 and also deliberate and discuss on the many presentations made by auditors. The presentations are expected to disseminate information of the various activities taking place in RAA, as well as of the various policies and decisions made during the period, and also receive valuable feedback and suggestions.
The award of certificates and cash prizes for the “AG’s Assurance Award” for Best Audit Report, Best Performance Audit Report and Most Significant Observations will also be given during the meeting. The meeting concludes on 14 January 2017.
After 38 years of an illustrious service to the nation in general and the RAA in particular, Mr. Pem Chewang, Deputy Chief Audit Officer superannuates from the RAA on the forenoon of 1st January 2017. The family of RAA acknowledged his sincerity and commitment in service towards Tsa-Wa-Sum and expressed deep gratitude for being a very dedicated officer on whom the younger generation can look upon.
Reflecting back on the 38 years of his service to the nation, he said that RAA has come a long way and transformed from a mere Audit Department to a Constitutional Body. He recalled a time when the entire RAA had only one Mahindra Jeep to be used by the Deputy Auditor General, and when the fields auditors travelled by buses through bumpy and narrow roads.
To mark the occasion, the Hon’ble Auditor General awarded the life time service medal and certificate of appreciation for his exemplary service to the RAA and wished him a peaceful and successful retired life.
The three Deputy Auditors General also wished him peaceful retired life and reached him to his residence at Pension Colony to bid farewell to an officer that the RAA will remember for years to come.
Four officers of the RAA will attend the training programme on ‘Human Resource & Communication Strategy’ at the Bangkok School of Management, Thailand from 2nd to 14th January 2017.
The World Bank funded programme’s objective is to develop a holistic Human Resource Strategy and a Communication Strategy. The participants upon their return are expected to develop HR Strategy and Communication Strategy Documents for the RAA.
The Royal Audit Authority is pleased to release the First Issue of Volume II of its Newsletter and wishes all our readers and stakeholders a very happy and successful Fire Female Rooster Year 2017. This issue covers all significant news and events happened in the RAA and also novel initiatives undertaken by the Royal Audit Authority from August to December 2016.
The Hon’ble Auditor General of Bhutan is in India upon the invitation of the Comptroller & Auditor General of India. During the 10 days visit, the Auditor General and team will visit the C&AG’s Regional Training Institutes in Patna, Bihar and Kolkata, West Bengal to get in first experience on conduct of trainings and explore possibilities of RAA auditors to train at institutes that are closer to home.