At a ceremony held on 22 January here in the capital Asmara, the Office of the Auditor General launched a five years Strategic Plan that will be implemented from 2019 to 2023.
Asmara, 22 January 2019- At a ceremony held on 22 January here in the capital Asmara, the Office of the Auditor General launched a five years Strategic Plan that will be implemented from 2019 to 2023.
Indicating that strong and integrated effort has been exerted to design the strategic plan, Mr. Gebrezgiabhier Gebremedhin, Auditor General, called for robust participation of all stakeholders for its implementation.
Mr. Gebrezgiabhier noted that the main goals of the strategic plan are to enhance the independence of the Office of the Auditor General, to strengthen the organization and management capacity of the OAG, to enhance the competency and productivity of the human resources, to enhance the quality of audit services to increase the value of the OAG as well as to enhance its image by improving communication with stakeholders.
According to Mr. Gebrezgiabhier, the mission of the Office of the Auditors General that was established with proclamation No. 23/1992 and later repealed and replaced with proclamation No. 37/1993 is to audit all Government institutions and parastatals and State owned enterprises.
At the ceremony in which heads of financial institutions took part briefing was provided on the main objective, mission and core vales of the strategic plan. The office also received award of recognition from the African Organization for Supreme Audit Institutions (AFROSI).