Several smaller island nations in the Pacific have limited auditing capabilities. For example, back in 2009, the Tuvalu Office of the Auditor-General (TOAG) and the Kiribati National Audit Office (KNAO) were not completing audits in a timely manner. They had backlogs of audits and struggled to keep up with changes to international financial reporting and […]
For roughly 45 years, Bhutan has been on the United Nation’s list of least developed countries that face severe long-term structural impediments to growth. The country was established as a democratic constitutional monarchy in 2008.
The IDI has a new and exciting web interface for all its stakeholders beginning 2017. It is available at the same address as the previous website: www.idi.no
CAROSAI was invited to participate in a workshop for experienced SAI PMF Assessors in Panama City, November 16-18, 2016. The workshop was intended to allow for the sharing of SAI PMF experiences from conducting SAI PMF assessments; and training on writing the SAI PMF performance report, including identifying root cause of SAI performance and draw […]
Auditor General of the Cayman Islands Mr. Alastair Swarbick announced his resignation to the Governor General on August 11, 2015 effective October 02, 2015. Alastair served as Auditor General since July 2010. He is leaving the Cayman Islands to take up a position as a Senior Policy Adviser at the Organisation of Economic Cooperation and […]
Government House announced that Mrs. Heather Jacobs Matthews will finish up as Auditor General of Bermuda on Wednesday, 11 May 2016. Ms Heather Thomas will take up her duties as Auditor General as of Monday, 6 June 2016. During the interregnum, Mr Claude Nantel (12 to 19 May) and Ms Tracey Pitt (20 May to […]