Eight remarkable government auditors on stage
Accountability, good governance and public trust are intricately linked. Supreme Audit Institutions fulfil an exceptional role in the public domain, checking if governments spend their money properly and examinging the effectiveness of government policies. The are like ‘watchdogs’ for citizens and parliaments.
On the occasion of the retirement of Saskia J. Stuiveling as the president of the Netherlands Court of Audit – Algemene Rekenkamer – eight (former) heads of audit institutions talk about their experiences and innovations in the area of public auditing.
The book contains interviews with Faiza Kefi (Tunesia), Josef Moser (Austria), Terence Nombembe (South Africa), Heid Mendoza (Philippines), Alar Karis (Estonia), David Walker (USA), John Muwanga (Uganda) and Abdulbasit Turki Saeed (Iraq).
Published by Amsterdam University Press (2015)