Sharing INTOSAI News, Events, Insight
The International Journal of Government Auditing (the Journal) is published quarterly in Arabic, English, French, German and Spanish. As the official publication of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI), the Journal supports cooperation, collaboration and knowledge sharing among Supreme Audit Institutions (SAI) and the broader accountability community.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office publishes the Journal on behalf of INTOSAI through the auspices of the International Journal of Government Auditing, Inc. Opinions and beliefs expressed are those of the editors or individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of INTOSAI.
A Robust Instrument for Auditors
The Journal aims to be a more robust, helpful instrument for auditors, a conduit for learning, a path to promote transparency and good governance, a means to communicate and transfer knowledge and experiences.
The INTOSAI community has thoroughly embraced the notion of developing and cultivating innovative practices that enable SAIs to gain and enhance competencies.
In an effort to help fulfill this endeavor, the Journal promotes capacity building by highlighting tools, guidance and testimonials from the audit community, inspires contributions and encourages the sharing of best practices.
The INTOSAI community has thoroughly embraced the notion of developing, cultivating innovative practices ...
A Mechanism for Connectivity
To broaden international auditing visibility, foster connectivity, and boost collaborative efforts, building on existing opportunities and relationships to share auditing news is key.
Blogs, articles, images, and links to published newsletters and journals developed by the various working groups, committees and regions throughout INTOSAI are just some of the things we can exchange to encourage readership and engagement.
Building on existing opportunities and relationships to share auditing news is key.
A Source for Collaboration
If we combine resources, use all of the media at our disposal and avoid duplicating efforts, we can certainly increase our efficiencies in disseminating news and events on a global scale.
Working together to create an exciting, informative, educational reading experience that can further enable capacity building and grow from best practices in communication is essential.
Working together to create an exciting, informative, educational reading experience is essential.
Our Editorial Team
Production and Design Team
James-Christian Blockwood (U.S.A.)
Heather Santos (U.S.A.)
Kristie Conserve (U.S.A)
Creative and Editorial Team
Juanita Aiken (U.S.A)
Darreisha Bates (U.S.A)
Mike Hix (U.S.A)
Janice Smith (U.S.A)
Chris Stone (U.S.A)
Peter Knopes (U.S.A)
Amanda Valerio (U.S.A)
Administration and Operations
It isn't about what I do or what you do. It is about what WE do.
Our Editorial Team
The Journal is a community effort ... OUR community!
INTOSAI General Secretariat
Office of the Auditor General, Canada
Office of the Auditor General, Tunisia
Office of the Auditor General, Venezuela
U.S. Government Accountability Office
Our Board Members
Margit Kraker, President, Rechnungshof, Austria
Michael Ferguson, Auditor General, Canada
Nejib Gtari, Premier President, Cour des Comptes, Tunisia
Gene L. Dodaro, Comptroller General, United States of America
Manuel E. Galindo Ballesteros, Comptroller General, Venezuela
Exchanging experience and insight among members truly reflects the INTOSAI motto, "Mutual Experience Benefits All."