Performance auditing: what is it, and how does it work exactly, and in practice?
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|Performance auditing: what is it, and how does it work exactly, and in practice?|
|J modulis „Iekšējais audits”|
J modulis „Iekšējais audits”Tēmas: Day 1 9.00-17:00
09:00 Registration, hand out of seminar material. Introduction by organisation welcoming the participants, and presentation of trainer and participants to endorse future networking
09:30 Presentation 1: Introduction to performance audit: why do we do this? what is it? How does the concept work? What is the difference with other audits?
10:30 short coffee break
10:45 Preliminary study, Programme Logic model, and risk assessment: what are they, and how does it work?
11:30 Workshop I: è YOUR TURN: What exactly should we audit? How to draw up a Programme Logic model? How to identify main risks to sound financial management and assess their likelihood and importance? Which of the 3 "Es" to choose? Three case studies to develop (High speed rail, roads and airports)
12:30 Plenary session with group presentations (5 minutes each per group)
14:15 The performance audit plan: what is an audit planning memorandum? What tools can be used? What is the "Issue analysis" technique? How to design your audit: the evidence collection plan
15:30 Workshop II: How are we going to do the audit?
è YOUR TURN AGAIN: formulation of the audit questions and completion of an evidence collection plan
16:30 Plenary session with group presentations (5 minutes each per group)
17:00 End of the session
Day 2 9.00-17:00
09:15 Implementation of a performance audit: part 1: presentation of real life findings for high-speed rail
10:45 short coffee break
11:00 Part 2: presentation of real life findings for ports and airports
12:30 Reporting: what are the main principles of a performance audit report? What quality checks are made in ECA? What is the "drawing conclusions" technique? How to make recommendations to improve spending quality?
14:15 Workshop III: What report would you write for the findings presented?
è YOUR TURN AGAIN: REPORTING
what are the main parts and headings you would use to report the findings on high speed rail and airports? In what order would you present the findings? Which recommendations would you make?
15:30 Plenary session with group presentations (5 minutes each)
16:00 What impact have performance audits? Follow-up of recommendations made: how does this work?
16:30 Final discussion: main aspects to take into account for performance auditing; any remaining questions; final presentation of the special reports on seaports and maritime transport
17:00 Closure of the seminar and feedback on/evaluation of the training
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Internal, External and Performance Audit of the EU-Funded Programmes and ProjectsDarba pieredze:
Luc T’Joen (BE) is Senior Administrator, Investments for Cohesion, Growth and Inclusion, European Court of Auditors. After ten years dealing with economic customs policy legislation and controls in the Belgian Ministry of Finances and 20 years in the European Commission dealing with legislation, revenue controls, investigations and financial audits in the Directorates-General Taxation and Customs Union, Budget and Eurostat, Luc joined the European Court of Auditors in 2008, leading teams dealing with performance audits in the fields of structural funds, transport, research and energy.
Next to many successful performance audit reports, such as the ones on seaports (Special report N° 4/2012), airports (Special Report N° 21/2014), maritime transport (Special report N° 23/2016) and high speed rail (Special report N° 19/2018), Luc is also a much solicited transport expert on international conferences. He likes to share his expertise and experience to spread both the theoretical and practical knowledge to adequately measuring results through training on performance auditing techniques and methodologies.
EU Structural Funds, External Expert
Guido Fara (IT) is an Auditor in the Chamber 2 Directorate: Investment for cohesion, growth and inclusion, at the European Court of Auditors. He is involved in performance audits. In this context, Guido worked as core team member in the audits leading to the recently published Special Report 19/2018 on high-speed rail and SR 9/2018 on Public Private Partnerships.
Guido is a Certified Public Accountant, Legal Auditor and Registered Journalist in Italy. Guido has published articles on EU-related topics in specialised magazines and participated as speaker or panellist at conferences and events organised by international organisations and public bodies. Before joining the Court in 2015, Guido received his undergraduate and MSc degrees in Economics at Bocconi University, Milan, and a MA in European Political and Administrative Studies at the College of Europe, Bruges.
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