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Internal audit office

The Internal Audit Office has the following roles and responsibilities:


Carrying out Internal Audits according to the recognized principles, rules and standards with commitment at legal level and assurance at financial level and operation at administrative level


Studying reports submitted by supervisory authorities to verify the extent of the departments' commitment to apply all financial, administrative and operating systems and regulations in force in the Federal Government


Submitting a comprehensive report to the top management on the results of the audit, the analysis of reports of other supervisory bodies, assessing the efficiency of work in the departments, and submitting appropriate suggestions and recommendations.


Coordination with departments during the planning stage and following up on the implementation of the recommendations and observations contained in the reports of the State Audit Institution


Preparing the annual audit plan, in which the audit tasks and the expected timetable for their implementation are clarified. The Minister's opinion poll is taken into account to ascertain the extent to which the plan meets its needs in the field of internal audit.


Ensure that departments manage their risks, assess these risks, and submit a report to the Minister on the most prominent risks that threaten the Ministry.


Management of corporate governance processes in the ministry, assessment of the application of its principles that have been approved by the ministry.


Any other tasks related to the nature of the work of the Internal Audit Office or assigned to it by the Minister of State for Financial Affairs.