A message from Mr. Gene Dodaro, Comptroller General of the United States and Head of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) – PDF Transcript
We are pleased to launch this free 2021 GAO International Webinar Series for the INTOSAI community. These webinars will be offered periodically and will bring together experts and practitioners on topics relevant to the auditing community to promote knowledge sharing and help address emerging issues auditors are facing under the pandemic. We welcome your participation in this webinar series and look forward to continuing our strong collaboration.
Below is information on our upcoming webinar, how to join, and how to subscribe to our mailing list. No registration is required.
Auditing for Fraud – Event recording coming soon!
On September 15, 2021, Aysha Mohammed Al Blooshi, Senior Auditor, United Arab Emirates (UAE) Supreme Audit Institution; Zohra Farooq Nooryar, Senior Financial Management Specialist, Governance Global Practice, The World Bank; and Luis Alonso Robas Sanchez, Manager for Control of Megaprojects; Office of the Comptroller General of the Republic of Peru, discussed the current scope of fraud, tools and techniques for preventing and detecting fraud, and what they expect to look for in the future.
Real-time Auditing of COVID-19 Activities – PDF Transcript
On April 7, 2021, Nicole “Nikki” Clowers, Managing Director, U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO); Pamela Monroe Ellis, Auditor General, Jamaica; and Archana Shirsat, Deputy Director General, INTOSAI Development Initiative, discussed challenges faced in conducting real-time audits of COVID-19 activities, lessons learned, and next steps.
Free webinar series: We are pleased to announce the new GAO International Webinar Series.
INTOSAI grant: The INTOSAI ‘SAI Continuity During COVID-19’ grant continues to be available for SAIs.
Website transition: With the exception of the GAO International Webinar Series, this website is no longer being maintained. All information has been transitioned to the longer-term SCEI effort