The fund will be used to finance:
(i) piloting the use of IT to do the internal audit of data coming from IFMIS system in IG MoF;
(ii) development of performance audit guidelines and distance learning website to speed up the training of all government internal audit staffs in the country;
(iii) the certification program for (a) IA-CM assessors certification; and (b) Quality Assurance Improvement Program from Institute of Internal Auditor global;
(iv) capacity building to implement risk universe, risk-based planning, and information technology in government internal audit daily work;
(v) establishment of E-learning for internal audit standards, code of ethics, peer review standards, and performance audit;
(vi) internal control workshop;
(vii) implementation support on COSO and IA-CM at local governments level;
(viii) Independent validation of BPKP IA-CM self-assessment; and
(ix) development of AAIPI membership database.
Name: ASOSIASI AUDITOR INTERN PEMERINTAH INDONESIA (AAIPI)
Contact: Kiagus Ahmad Badaruddin
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