Procurement audit and systems for the prevention and detection of fraud and corruption

Procurement audit and systems for the prevention and detection of fraud and corruption

Procurement audit and systems for the prevention and detection of fraud and corruption

11–15 May 2020
The course is available in English

This course will help to improve the effectiveness of the procurement audit and supervision functions in national and IFI procurement operations. It explores the full spectrum of procurement audit competencies, from setting audit/supervision objectives in compliance with the organizational mandate and context to producing audit/supervision reports and following up on audit recommendations. The course focuses on audit execution, taking into account both compliance and value for money. It also presents the key provisions of international treaties concerned with combatting corruption (the UN Convention Against Corruption and the OECD Convention on Combatting Bribery of Foreign Public Officials).

Introduction to the course

This course will help to improve the effectiveness of the procurement audit and supervision functions in national and IFI procurement operations. It explores the full spectrum of procurement audit competencies, from setting audit/supervision objectives in compliance with the organizational mandate and context to producing audit/supervision reports and following up on audit recommendations. The course focuses on audit execution, taking into account both compliance and value for money. It also presents the key provisions of international treaties concerned with combatting corruption (the UN Convention Against Corruption and the OECD Convention on Combatting Bribery of Foreign Public Officials).

Who attends this course?

Staff of Supreme Audit Institutions (SAI); ministry of finance officials and internal controllers of public procurement operations with central, regional and local contracting authorities; staff of IFIs and donor organizations who are responsible for the supervision of procurement operations undertaken by beneficiaries.

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