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  • Joint information on the results of transboundary movement of waste between Ukraine, the Republic of Slovakia and the Republic of Poland, 2004 - 2007, in the light of the Basel Convention

    In  2007, the Supreme Audit Institutions of Poland, Ukraine and Slovakia carried out a cooperative audit on transboundary movement of waste between their countries. The audit was aimed to evaluate the degree of implementation by Ukraine, the Slovak Republic and the Republic of Poland of the provisions of the Basel Convention,  relevant regulation of the European Union and National Legislation.

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  • Joint Report of the International Coordinated audit of Chernobyl Shelter Fund

    On April 26, 1986, the worst accident in the history of civilian nuclear power occurred at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, where an explosion destroyed the core of reactor Unit 4 containing approximately 200 tons of nuclear fuel. The explosion and heat from the reactor core propelled radioactive material as much as six miles high, where it was then dispersed mainly over 60,000 square miles of Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia. Smaller amounts of radioactive material spread over Eastern and Western Europe and Scandinavia and were even detected in the United States.

    The Chernobyl Shelter Fund (CSF) was founded at European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in 1997 aimed at financing Shelter Implementation Plant (SIP).Due to failure in timely realization of SIP, in 2006, the Special Subgroup on the Audit of Natural, Man-caused Disasters Consequences and Radioactive Wastes Elimination of the EUROSAI Working Group on Environmental Auditing decided to conduct an international coordinated audit of the Chernobyl Shelter Fund.

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  • National parks in Polish-Slovak border area Audit Report

    In 2005, the Supreme Audit Institutions of the Slovak Republic and Poland performed a parallel audit of the functioning of national parks with regard to preservation, sustainable use and restoration of natural resources.

    The total area of the audited national parks located in the borderland between Poland and Slovakia was 46,340 hectares on the Polish side, and 107,355 hectares on the Slovak side.

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  • Joint audit report Implementation of the Operational Programme Cross-Border Cooperation Republic of Poland – Slovak Republic 2007–2013

    In 2007 the European Commission, by means of the decision No C (2007) 6534, approved a  Programme supported by the European Regional Development Fund resources for particular borderland areas on the Polish and Slovak sides of the border.

    Under the framework of  a cooperation agreement concluded on 18 February 1998 between the Supreme Audit Office of Poland and the Supreme Audit Office of Slovakia both SAIs decided to audit the Programme. The audits were conducted in the periods: November 2009–August 2010 and September 2012–May 2013.

    The aim of the audit was to assess the regularity with which and extent to which the Polish and Slovak entities have executed the priorities and goals of the Operational Programme Cross-Border.

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  • Preparation for resolution of medium-sized and small banks in the EURO area - Results of a parallel audit of Supreme Audit Institutions on banking resolution

    In 2018, the Contact Committee of the heads of Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) in the European Union mandated a group of SAIs united in the Task Force Banking Union to initiate a parallel audit on the functioning of the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM) in the preparatory activities for the resolution of medium-sized and small banks – or Less Significant Institutions (LSIs) – under the remit of the National Resolution Authorities (NRAs)  in selected countries in the euro area.

    The report is aimed to provide insight into the way the Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM) is set up and carried out for LSIs in different euro area countries, and what potential risks are involved. In addition, the second aim is to identify to what extent SAIs are actually able to exercise their audit mandates and obtain full access to documents required.

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The Subcommittee on Cooperative Audits was created in 2006 under the scope of the Capacity Building Committee of INTOSAI. One of its main tasks is to promote cooperative audit programs, which are useful to validate methodologies, generate guidelines, and improve processes.

For this purpose, a virtual catalogue has been designed to compile the information generated by the different cooperative audits conducted by two or more Supreme Audit Institutions (SAI) within the INTOSAI’s Regional Organizations.

The catalogue contains basic information about each audit and a link to the report, which can be used as a starting point by any SAI interested in conducting a cooperative audit of their own in the near future.

In order to facilitate your use of the catalogue, feel free to download and review the manuals available on this website. In case you had any further questions, please contact us at: cooperacion@contraloria.gob.pe.

LINKS TO OTHER AUDIT DATABASES: 

  • https://www.eurosai.org/en/databases/audits/

 

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Joint information on the results of transboundary movement of waste between Ukraine, the Republic of Slovakia and the Republic of Poland, 2004 - 2007, in the light of the Basel Convention

Joint Report of the International Coordinated audit of Chernobyl Shelter Fund

National parks in Polish-Slovak border area Audit Report