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INTOSAI Journal President Bids Farewell, Expresses Appreciation for Partnership in Strengthening Global Accountability
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INTOSAI Journal President Bids Farewell, Expresses Appreciation for Partnership in Strengthening Global Accountability

It has been with great pleasure that I have served as the President of the International Journal of Government Auditing (Journal) for nearly six years, and I positively reflect on the many accomplishments we have achieved in advancing the Journal and audit organizations around the world. As the official voice of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions...

GAO Center for Audit Excellence Marks Five-Year Anniversary
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GAO Center for Audit Excellence Marks Five-Year Anniversary

On September 30, 2020, GAO’s CAE marked its fifth anniversary, having made significant progress in expanding GAO capabilities to build audit capacity and promote good governance around the country and around the world. The CAE, which reports to GAO’s Strategic Planning and External Liaison (SPEL) office, provides...

Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation Shares First Year Progress in Implementing Moscow Declaration
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Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation Shares First Year Progress in Implementing Moscow Declaration

One year has passed since the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) community gathered to exchange best practices and discuss the most acute issues in auditing and public administration at the XXIII INTOSAI Congress (INCOSAI), where the Moscow Declaration was endorsed. The declaration, a guide for INTOSAI’s future, highlights the spirit of INCOSAI discussions and provides a rededication to...

Journal Remains Committed to Ensuring INTOSAI Members, Broader Accountability Community Stay Connected
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Journal Remains Committed to Ensuring INTOSAI Members, Broader Accountability Community Stay Connected

The emergence of the COVID-19 Pandemic has, globally, put us on a tumultuous path. The pandemic has affected public health, the global economy, our governments, the citizens we serve, INTOSAI, our SAIs and our employees. As science continues closing in on this virus infecting millions around the world and affecting us all...

You May Have Noticed…Something Has Changed
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You May Have Noticed…Something Has Changed

The Journal is committed to this continued transformation, and you may have noticed a bit of a metamorphosis in the overall look and feel of this edition. The goals behind the redesign of the Journal include giving it a more contemporary, yet corporate, look and feel; providing a cleaner and more engaging reading experience; increasing readership accessibility; and adapting the Journal into a more robust tool for knowledge sharing...

Letter from the Editor
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Letter from the Editor

As journalists, we do our best to ensure that everything is clear, concise and correct. But, there are times when we don’t always completely meet that challenge, particularly taking into account the global nature of our business. In the Spring 2016 issue of the INTOSAI Journal, we published quite a bit of news and some fascinating feature articles. In fact, we received numerous inquiries about some of the reporting in the last edition, specifically submissions from the State Audit Office of the Republic of Latvia...