Delegation of the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia visited NIK

Representatives of the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia presented examples of audits using IT tools, including e.g. an audit on providing social welfare to 275 million citizens of a country, where nearly 20 million persons take benefit from different social welfare programmes.  

Representatives of the SAIs of Poland and Indonesia during a presentation at NIK headquarters  Representatives of the SAIs of Poland and Indonesia during a presentation at NIK headquarters

Advisor to NIK President Paweł Banaś presented among others a risk assessment approach in audit planning and execution by means of the Active IT Audit Manual https://aitam.tcontas.pt/, an IT tool developed by the INTOSAI Working Group on IT Audit (WGITA) which is to replace the IDI Handbook on IT Audit for Supreme Audit Institutions.

Group photo of representatives of the SAIs of Poland and Indonesia at NIK headquarters

NIK and the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia have cooperated under the bilateral agreement signed in 2008. The cooperation results are highly appreciated by both parties. NIK made peer reviews at the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia twice: in 2013-2014 (on its own) and in 2018-2019 (in cooperation with the SAIs of Estonia and Norway). The final reports from those reviews were presented by NIK delegation at the Parliament in Jakarta.

The Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia, the largest island state worldwide, employs 8400 persons, including 6000 auditors. Only last year the Audit Board hired 1100 auditors.

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Delegation of the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia visited NIK

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