Closing of the Twinning Project in Albania

On Wednesday, July 11, 2018, a conference was held in Tirana on the closure of the European Commission's Twinning Project "Strengthening External Audit Capacities", which was jointly conducted by the State Audit Office of the Republic of Croatia and the State Audit Office of the Republic of...

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Meeting of the V4 + 2 group

On June 5 and 6, 2018, Ivan Klešić, Auditor General and his associates participated as an observer at the meeting of the Heads of the Supreme Audit Institutions of the Visegrad Group, Austria and Slovenia, held in Budapest, Hungary. The main topics of the meeting were related to auditing of UN Sustainable Development Goals, assessment of institutional capacity and cooperation with citizens. During the meeting, representatives of the State Audit Office held a presentation on interaction with citizens and the need to opening audit institutions, and presented the status of preparation for the Contact Committee to be held in Dubrovnik in October 2018.

Contact Committee's seminar on Public Procurement

In the period from May 31 to June 1, 2018 representatives of the State Audit Office participated at the Contact Committee’s seminar on Public Procurement held in Athens, Greece. The organizer of the seminar was the Greek National Audit Office. The seminar was attended by 47 representatives from the 26 Supreme Audit Institutions of the European Union, European Court of Auditors, OECD / SIGMA and five candidate countries for accession to the European Union. The seminar discussed the new EU Directive on Public Procurement, the most common problems in the public procurement system, public procurement directives and audits in the area.

An official visit of the President of the Court of audit of the Federal Republic of Germany to the State Audit Office of the Republic of Croatia

On May 17, 2018 Kay Scheller, President of the Court of audit of the Federal Republic of Germany and associates have officially visited the State Audit Office of the Republic of Croatia. On this occasion, Ivan Klešić, Auditor General of the Republic of Croatia and his associates have presented a role and responsibilities of SAO in our country, cooperation with the Croatian Parliament, an approach to combating fraud and corruption within the framework of audit in the usage of EU funds and preparations for the Contact Committee meeting which will be held in October 2018 and hosted by our Office. Representatives of the Court of audit of the Federal Republic of Germany presented a “real-time” audit model and its objectives and benefits, as well as the ways in which they consult its Government and what are the benefits of those activities. Heads of both institutions have also talked about the possibilities of future co-operation.

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