Performance Audit in the Public Sector

Seminar, 8th - 9th April 2013, Berlin Planning, Preparing and Carrying out Value for Money Audits

Berlin (I-Newswire) February 22, 2013 - Sound financial management audit is the key to assure public accountability. Performance audits play an important role in modernising public administration and promoting value for money. This seminar organised by the European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law will enable attendees to contribute to optimising workflows in their institutions with a high quality performance audit.

Receive first-hand knowledge in the following crucial topics:
• The European Court of Auditors approach
• How to define scope and design of a performance audit
• How to implement performance audits in practice

Participants will profit from the first-hand knowledge of leading experts from:
• European Court of Auditors
• National Audit Office, Denmark
• Court of Audit, the Netherlands
• Agency for Internal Audit, Flemish Government, Belgium
• Mersey Internal Audit Agency, National Health Service, United Kingdom

Who is this seminar for?

Internal and external auditors, controllers, evaluation officers, audit methodologists, audit statisticians, financial managers, quality managers, policy makers, audit experts and other professionals from Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) and public administrations on European, national and regional level as well as international organisations, who carry out or plan to carry out performance (value for money) audits.

Further information and the application form you can find in the event brochure:

About the European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law Berlin

The European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law is an educational network for knowledge regarding the latest, relevant developments in Europe. Educational tools are specialised events for advanced learning and these vary from national and European seminars to workshops, panel discussions, in-house training, conferences and symposiums. These events provide the most current and relevant information with high practical relevance for authorities on the European, national, regional and local level and for private companies all across Europe.

Contact Information

European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law
Asya Ognyanova
Hausvogteiplatz 13
Phone : +4930802080230

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