1st Meeting of the EUROSAI Task Force on Municipality Audit in Riga, Latvia
Exchanging of best practices among the countries and searching for ways to get the highest added value from municipality audit are the main goals of the 1st Meeting of the EUROSAI Task Force on Municipality Audit (TFMA) held in Riga, Latvia on 5-6 October 2017. The Meeting will also focus on discussing the implementation of the 2017-2020 TFMA working programme as well as panning its activity for 2018.
Xth EUROSAI Congress approved activities of TFMA
Activities of the Task Force on Municipality Audit (TFMA) were presented yesterday, 24 May, 2017, by the chair of the task force Auditor General of the National Audit Office of Lithuania Dr Arūnas Dulkys during the Xth EUROSAI Congress in Istanbul, Turkey. The Congress has approved the Activity Report of TFMA as well as the Working Programme for period 2017-2020.
Conference on Public Participation Was Held in Slovenia
The TFMA member, the Court of Audit of the Republic of Slovenia, together with the Global Initiative on Fiscal Transparency (GIFT) organized the conference on topic related to local government – Public Participation in the Budget Process 11 May, 2017. The conference was also attended by the representative of the TFMA member SAI, the National Audit Office of Lithuania.
TFMA Kick-off Meeting
The first official gathering of EUROSAI Task Force on Municipality Audit (TFMA) members, the Kick-off Meeting, took a place in Vilnius, Lithuania. 50 representatives from 26 EUROSAI countries assembled to build the foundation for EUROSAI TFMA future work.
The Kick-off Meeting of the EUROSAI TFMA was intended to provide a platform for the general introduction of the EUROSAI TFMA: the Working Programme was approved, including the assignment of responsibilities of EUROSAI TFMA members as well as working principles and values. The Kick-off Meeting is the start for implementing 3 strategic goals of the task force, which are expected to lead to positive changes in municipal audits in every member country and the system as a whole.