ASEANSAI was established in 2011 and is a regional organization made up of ten Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) including Jabatan Audit Brunei Darussalam, National Audit Authority of Kingdom of Cambodia, The Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia, The State Audit Organization of Lao P.D.R, Jabatan Audit Negara Malaysia, Office of the Auditor General of the Union, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, The Commission on Audit of the Republic of Philippines, Auditor General's Office of Singapore, Office of the Auditor General of Thailand and State Audit of Vietnam.
ASEANSAI strives to encourage and promote good governance within the ASEAN region through exchanges of knowledge and expertise between its member states and by discussing important and shared issues on public audit.
In 2015, the GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zuzammenarbeit) and the Swedish NAO joined efforts in offering expert-knowledge to the members of ASEANSAI through conducting seminars and workshops on the implementation of international standards on financial audit.
In 2017 the Swedish NAO signed a memorandum of understanding with ASEANSAI. The project aims at supporting all areas in the ASEANSAI strategic plan, which strives to strengthen the capacity of the member SAIs in areas such as performing audits in accordance with international standards (ISSAI). The support is aimed from stronger members to weaker members and the role of the Swedish NAO is to contribute with our experience as a collegial partner.
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