The State Audit Bureau signed a grant agreement with INTOSAI Development Initiative, on the sidelines of the 13th session of the General Assembly of the Arab Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (Arabosai) which kicked off in Doha yesterday.
The agreement was signed by HE the President of the State Audit Bureau Sheikh Bandar bin Mohamed bin Saud al-Thani and Director-General of the INTOSAI Development Initiative Einar Gorrissen.
Under the agreement, the grant will be earmarked to fund support for the use of the SAI Performance Measurement Framework and the e-learning capabilities initiative.
The State Audit Bureau said that the grant aims to contribute to enhancing the performance of the supreme audit institutions of the Arab Organisation, enhancing accountability, transparency and integrity in the governmental and public sectors in the Arab countries whose supreme audit institutions are members of the Arabosai, as well as strengthening the capacity of the supreme audit institutions in the Arab countries to measure their performance on a regular basis and identifying the strengths and weaknesses objectively and showing them as an example for the public sector.
The grant also aims to enhance the effectiveness of the training function of the supreme audit institutions in the Arab countries and increase their contribution to improving performance and transferring knowledge among them, as well as adopting the best practices in the control of development and improvement strategies.
The State Audit Bureau said that the agreement comes in the framework of its keenness to assist the members of Arabosai to measure their performance in accordance with the standards of the International Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) and the good international as a basis for improving performance.
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