Whether the national policy to ensure the safety of buildings will contribute to SDG “Safe and Affordable Housing”
Auditing the three E's of infrastructure development projects: experience of the SAI Latvia
American Indian and Alaska Native students enrolled in public schools have consistently performed below other students on national tests. The Bureau of Indian Education’s Johnson-O’Malley program provides these students with academic support and enrichment activities, such as Native language classes.
The Auditor-General for New South Wales, Margaret Crawford, has today released a report on how Transport for NSW and Sydney Trains manage crowding at selected metropolitan train stations.
Cost-effectiveness is not a determining factor for allocating public funding to energy efficiency measures in residential buildings, according to a new report from the European Court of Auditors. Despite improved guidance from the European Commission, EU-funded projects still do not focus on achieving the greatest potential energy savings per euro invested. The overall contribution of EU funding to the Union’s energy efficiency targets is not clear, say the auditors.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has rightly become the focus of massive public attention in recent weeks, and financial markets around the world have reacted accordingly, with the stock markets experiencing sharp sell-offs.
The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) has released the exposure draft of proposed International Standard on Auditing (ISA) 600 (Revised), Special Considerations—Audits of Group Financial Statements (Including the Work of Component Auditors).
KPMG and one of its senior partners have been reprimanded and fined 455,000 pounds ($560,000) for failings in its audit of a U.K. company, the latest sanction against the Big Four auditor in recent years.
China’s second accounting scandal in less than a week is underscoring concern over lax corporate governance at some of the country’s fastest-growing companies.
The Office of the Comptroller General of the Republic of Peru (CGR), as a priority and in a timely manner, created the Emergency Management Group led by its Comptroller General, designing and implementing different strategies such as the "Mega Control Operation - Health Emergency 2020", through which it sets up control actions to the activities of public entities such as regional and local governments, hospitals, national police, among others. This has the goal of guiding and providing the main early warnings in the handling of the emergency, as well as to guide them with the documentation that they should have before any subsequent audit.