Banner

Participation of the delegation of the State audit institution of Montenegro at the IntoSAINT workshop

Hague, 6th December 2017 – The delegation of the State audit institution of Montenegro consisting of two members of Senate, Mr. Zoran Jelić and Mr. Radule Žurić and Mrs. Stana Bešović, head of sector I and Mrs. Marija Žugić, head of International cooperation department, participated at the IntoSAINT moderator workshop for implementing INTOSAI methodology for integrity self-assessment for SAIs, held from 4th to 8th December 2017 in the Hague. The workshop was organized by the Netherlands Court of Audit.

The representatives from the SAIs of Montenegro, Georgia and Ukraine participated at the IntoSAINT moderator training. During the workshop, the participants gained knowledge about practical implementation of IntoSAINT tool, which should be conducted in the SAIs during the first half of 2018. The participants were trained to do a full IntoSAINT self-assessment workshop, moderated by an experienced moderator and a freshly trained colleague from one of the other SAIs that participated in the project. The staff from the SAI who took part in the training workshop in the Hague will have the opportunity to co-moderate a self-assessment in another participating, supervised by an experienced moderator.

 

At the end of the training, the representatives of the State audit institution of Montenegro got certificates for successfully conducted IntoSAINT moderator workshop for implementing methodology for integrity self-assessment.

 

IntoSAINT tool for integrity self-assessment is developed and implemented by the Netherlands Court of Audit. This tool is served for risk analysis and resilience of the SAI with a view to preventing future violations and raising awareness about integrity within the SAI. IntoSAINT covers integrity control framework and implementation of relevant international standards of supreme audit institutions related to integrity and ethical principles.

More than 243 moderators in 68 countries of the world were trained since 2011.