International cooperation is a source of new ideas and a catalyst to improve the quality of our work. Our international activities in turn contribute to the development of audit institutions elsewhere in the world. The principal aim of international cooperation is to strengthen public administration. We work with the Albanian, Iraqi and Tunisian audit institutions, for example, in the field of institutional strengthening. We exchange specific expertise with the supreme audit institutions of the United Kingdom, Sweden, Norway and other countries, and we are members of many international organisations and working groups.
What do we want to achieve from our international activities?
- International cooperation increases the added value generated by our audits.
- Memberships and informal coalitions are a means to learn, develop and share knowledge.
- Peer-to-peer institutional strengthening of foreign audit institutions.
- By working with partner countries, we contribute to strong public financial management.
This work deepens the public’s trust in government and its performance and operation.