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Internal Audit

Chimmi Dorji
Asstt. Internal Auditor
Background

The Royal Government of Bhutan (RGoB) established the Internal Audit Service (IAS) in the year 2000 in the various ministries. As of today, the Internal Audit Service was introduced in ten ministries, two autonomous agencies and twenty Dzongkhags with total of 45 members including Chief Internal Auditors’, Deputy Chief Internal Auditors’, Internal Auditors’ and Asst. Internal Auditors. Currently all the internal audit related activities are looked after by the Central Coordinating Agency under the Ministry of Finance. The internal audit service in Trashigang Dzongkhag was established on 1st January, 2013. The functions of internal auditors are guided by the Internal Audit Charter and Internal Audit Manual 2014, which was launched by Hon’ble Finance Minister and Hon’ble Secretary, Ministry of Finance on 28th April, 2014.


Definition & Purpose of Internal Audit

The Institute of Internal Audit has defines Internal Audit as:


“Internal auditing is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organization's operations. It helps an organization accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes.”

Based on the above IIA definition, the RGoB has accordingly defined the purpose of the Internal Audit in the Internal Audit Charter as:

“The Internal Audit Units conduct audits and reviews, using a systematic and disciplined approach, to provide the respective Chief Executives of Ministries, Dzongkhags and other budgetary bodies with:


(i) Independent and objective assurance on the efficiency and effectiveness of their respective Entity’s governance, risk management, control and accountability processes.
(ii) Proposals and recommendations for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the Entity’s operations, achieving organizational objectives and proper stewardship of resources.” Duties and Responsibilities of Internal Audit
  1. Supports in conducting audits in accordance with generally accepted internal auditing standards in all auditable activities:
    • Compliance of plans, policies, laws, rules, regulations and procedures of auditing.
    • Ascertain economy, efficiency and effectiveness in the organization.
    • Safeguarding of government assets and properties.
    • Proper utilization of resources available.
  2. Implements the audit work plans.
  3. Reviews the implementation of past audit recommendations.
  4. Submits final audit reports to the superiors.
  5. Strives to achieve the Internal Auditing objectives.
  6. Identifies the areas of work and plans accordingly
  7. Follows up on the recommendations with the auditees.

Staff strength
1. Mr. Chimmi Dorji, Asst. Internal Auditor
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