105th International Intensive Training Programme Concludes

Lahore, March 07 (PRESS RELEASE): Auditor General Office concludes three weeks virtual 105th International Intensive Training programme. 

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The Directorate General Performance Audit Wing Muhammad Samiullah Teepu has said that success of government today is judged on public service delivery. Members of parliaments & other stakeholders expect the SAIs to address the quality of service in their Performance Audit Reports.

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These views were expressed by him while addressing the concluding session of 105th International Intensive Training Programme attended by 14 countries via Zoom. It is worth mentioning that three weeks International Intensive Training Program in Performance Auditing was conducted by Directorate General Performance Audit Wing, Lahore. This training Programme was attended by 42 participants from 14 Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) from all over the world including Pakistan, Kuwait, Zambia, Turkey, Yemen, Maldives, China, Oman, Bangladesh, Krygyz Republic, Nepal, Thailand, Botswana and Uganda. Muhammad Samiullah Teepu further stated that the purpose of the program was to enhance the analytical skills of audit managers of the SAIs to equip them with analytical tools & techniques and to enhance their professional knowledge & capabilities in the regime of performance auditing.

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The Directorate General Performance Audit Wing apprised the foreign participants that SAI Pakistan has been organizing this intensive training Programme since four decades for sister SAIs. This is for the very first time that this intensive training program is organized virtually via zoom platform in wake of COVID-19 pandemic.

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The chair thanked all the heads of the participating SAIs on behalf of the worthy Auditor General of Pakistan for reposing confidence on SAIs Pakistan by nominating their dynamic & motivated officers to join the experience sharing exercise, which is primarily an event to demonstrate solidarity, trust & mutual respect among SAIs.

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