In an effort to support the unique needs in the public sector, The IIA provides information tailored specifically to public sector internal auditors and their stakeholders.
This information is intended to further clarify the importance of the public sector audit activity to effective governance, and it defines the key elements needed to maximize the value that audit activity provides to all levels of the public sector.
“We look forward to continuing to assist in developing the internal audit profession in the public sector in both the developed and developing countries throughout the globe, by not only addressing the needs of our fellow internal auditors, but also the needs of legislators and others who depend upon our work.”
- Greg Hollyman, public sector committee (PSC) chairman
and chief internal auditor at the Australian Taxation Office
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Internal Audit Independence in the Public Sector
Coordination and Cooperation Between SAIs and Internal Auditors in the Public Sector
Public Sector Committee
The IIA’s Public Sector Committee (PSC) is a volunteer group focused on developing guidance to serve the needs of internal auditors in the public sector. In 2011, the PSC was moved under the oversight of the Professional Guidance Advisory Council, a group that also oversees the IIASB and PIC, providing a more formal and consistent development process.
The PSC's role is to serve the public interest by:
- Influencing and providing thought leadership and advice to The IIA and its international committees and Institutes on public sector auditing matters; and promoting the interests of The IIA’s public sector audit members.
- Providing authoritative positions and comment on, or support matters relating to the public sector auditing profession.
|Jorge Gonzalo Badillo Ayala
|Ahadi Mutiba Chacha
|Himi Tina Kim
|Gualter Ramalho Portella
|Mmathabo Abigal Sukati
To learn more about The IIA’s resources for the public sector, please contact email@example.com.