Draft INTOSAI Statutes
In the past 10 months the Task Force on INTOSAI Statutes has elaborated a draft of the modified INTOSAI Statutes to adapt them to the new draft Strategic Plan 2017–2022.
INTOSAI members are kindly asked to send their possible comments to the SAI of China (email@example.com) as chair of this Task Force until 30th September 2016. The revised Statutes are available in all five INTOSAI working languages.
Nevertheless comments should please be sent ONLY in English. ... more >>
Draft April 2016 INTOSAI Strategic Plan for comments by INTOSAI members
We are pleased to present draft INTOSAI Strategic Plan 2017-2022 to members of the global public auditing community. To enable easier commenting on the draft, we have laid out the plan with comment boxes adjacent to the text. Linking comments directly to the applicable text will also enable the Task Force on Strategic Planning to appropriately and accurately address your comments. If you would prefer, you may also send comments through email.
Please send all comments to: intosaistrategicplan(AT)gao.gov
INTOSAI Side Event
ECOSOC High-Level Political Forum
Together with the United Nations (UN) and the Permanent Missions of Austria and the United Arab Emirates to the UN, the INTOSAI General Secretariat successfully organised a high-level roundtable discussion on "The contribution of Supreme Audit Institutions to ensuring that no one is left behind in the implementation of the SDGs" in the framework of the UN ECOSOC High-Level Political Forum in New York on 20 July 2016 ... more >>
New Secretary General of INTOSAI
Dr. Margit Kraker assumed office as President of the Austrian Court of Audit (ACA) and Secretary General of INTOSAI on 1 July 2016. She was elected by the Austrian Parliament in June 2016 in accordance with the provisions of the Austrian Federal Constitutional Law for a term of office of 12 years.
Dr. Kraker has long-standing experience in national and international government auditing as the former director of the Court of Audit of the Province of Styria (Austria) and member of the Management Committee of the European Organisation of Regional External Public Finance Audit Institutions (EURORAI). She held these functions until assuming office in the ACA.
Margit Kraker also gained extensive experience as a legal expert at the Austrian Parliament and the Provincial Parliament of Styria, and as supervisory board member in private-sector companies such as the Styrian Tourism Association and the Styrian Hospital Corporation.