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The Product Development Meeting for ISSAI Implementation handbook for Performance Audit begins today at Tenzinling Resort, Paro, Bhutan. The program is initiated and funded by INTOSAI Development Initiative, IDI and it is the second part of the ISSAI Certification Programmes. The three weeklong meeting is to develop the course material for the performance audit and It is participated by SAI Fiji, SAI Lesotho, SAI Brazil, SAI India and SAI Bhutan.
The Office of the Assistant Auditor General, Phuentsholing had imparted a week long in-house training on the Model Audit Plan to its auditors. The inaugural program was attended by Kezang Penjor, Assistant Auditor General, Office of the Assistant Auditor General Phuentsholing and Dechen Pelden, Assistant Auditor General from the Human Resources Division RAA HQ.
The Hon’ble Auditor General of Bhutan left to attend the 22nd UN/INTOSAI Symposium to be convened in Vienna, Austria at Vienna International Center from 5th to 7th March 2013. The symposium will focus its discussion on “Audit and Counselling by SAIs: Risks and Opportunities, as well as Possibilities for Engaging Citizens”. On his return, he will be holding Review Meetings to discuss on pending audit issues and Audit Sensitization Programme at Permanent Mission of Bhutan, Geneva, Royal Bhutanese Embassy, Brussels and Royal Bhutanese Embassy, Bangkok. Apart from speaking on Role of RAA in Promoting Accountability and Transparency in the use of Public Resources, he will also be highlighting on the common audit findings in Missions and Embassies. He is accompanied by Dorji Wangchuk, Assistant Auditor General, Policy, Planning and Annual Audit Report Division.