Since its establishment on August 7, 1988, CAROSAI members have been working together to strengthen public sector accountability throughout the Caribbean. There are presently twenty-three (23) member Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs).

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To achieve its key outcome professional SAIs delivering value benefits by contributing to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and demonstrating relevance to the region CAROSAI has identified three priority areas of focus.

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Four (4) Sub-committees have been established by CAROSAI to oversee the implementation of its Strategic Business Plan.

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Member Countries

There has been growing awareness of the need to fortify and strengthen Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) within the Caribbean region through the exchange of audit techniques and programmes, training and continuing education and standards and criteria for public sector accounting.

The Caribbean Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (CAROSAI) is comprised of twenty-three (23) member SAIs.

CAROSAI is the epitome of diversity, and this can be seen in the three languages spoken across member SAIs, namely: French, Dutch and English.

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