As part the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the OECD, OECD Internal Audit and the OECD Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, in partnership with the Institut Français de l’Audit et du Contrôle Internes (IFACI), the French Chapter of The Institute of Internal Auditors (The IIA) organised a Seminar on: Internal Control and Internal Audit: Ensuring Public Sector Integrity and Accountability, which was held on 13 April 2011 at the OECD Conference Centre in Paris.
Fostering integrity and combating fraud and corruption in the Public Sector is a challenge for Governments and Public Administrations, particularly in times of economic crisis. To succeed, Executives in Public Administrations must be equipped with appropriate, effective and efficient instruments. How can Internal Control and Internal Audit contribute to safeguard integrity, and prevent Fraud and Corruption?
The Seminar offered a unique opportunity to share experience, to debate on means to address this challenge, and to identify good practices with key actors:
The OECD Public Governance Committee with the mandate of promoting good governance through efficiency, transparency, accountability and integrity of public institutions;
The OECD Network on Public Sector Integrity that contributes to improving public sector governance through safeguarding integrity and preventing corruption in public organisations;
Internal Auditors of Central Government Ministries and Public Administrations from several countries;
Representatives of recognised Internal Audit and Internal Control Professional Associations, such as IFACI and The IIA.
Opening and introduction
Mr. Richard Boucher, Ambassador and Deputy Secretary General – OECD Session 1
What are the challenges faced by Internal Audit in contributing to mitigation of Fraud & Corruption risk?
During this session, OECD Internal Audit and OECD Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate...
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