During globalisation, a Supreme Audit Institutions (SAI) could not stand on the sidelines of the world issues. Among others, these may include global financial turmoils, international health pandemics, conflict-driven cross-border migration and refugee issues, public corruption and money laundering, and looming fiscal exposures from climate change…
During 7th - 11th November 2016, the 7th Tripartite Meeting between SAIs of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam was held in Hanoi, Vietnam. The triannual meeting was a joint activity co-organised among the three SAIs in audit field for the purposes of sharing knowledge and strengthening mutual understanding and cooperation. The event was participated by 20 representatives from the three SAIs which included three main events namely the 7th Workshop on “Risk-based approach in financial audit”, Trilateral Talks and Technical Meeting.
In the framework of ASOSAI Action Plan, with the aim of good preparation for the 14thASOSAI Congress, the delegation of the State Audit Office of Vietnam (SAV) leaded by Deputy Auditor General Nguyen Quang Thanh visited and worked with the National Audit Department of Malaysia (NAD) and the Board of Audit and Inspection of Korea (BAI) from November 9-15, 2016. The visit was for discussing in details organizing an ASOSAI Assembly, as well as sharing experience on chairing and being a member of the Governing Board of ASOSAI.
The SAV’s training plan for the period 2016-2020 was issued by the Auditor General on November 8th, 2016. It will act as the master plan for conducting training activities withing SAV for next 5-year period. The training will focus mainly on new audit methodologies, specialised knowledge and skills in diversified training programs.