Bootcamp Training Libya, Lebanon and Palestine SAIs on the Supreme Audit Institution Performance Measurement Framework (SAI PMF) Bootcamp
DATE: April 14, 2015
TIME: 11:30 am
Mona El-Chami, Rima Koteiche, Nadi Mashni
A bootcamp on INTOSAI’s Supreme Audit Institutions Performance Measurement Framework (SAI PMF) was organized by the World Bank Governance Global Practice, Public Resources Mobilization & Management team in Istanbul, Turkey during in April 2015. The Arabic-delivered bootcamp brought together staff and managers of the Libyan National Audit Bureau (NAB), Lebanese Court of Accounts (CoA), and Palestinian SAACB in. The objective of the bootcamp was to: (i) understand the purpose of undertaking a SAI PMF assessment and how the reports can be used by the SAI and external stakeholders’ to establish a baseline for measuring any future progress and stimulating strategic planning and further capacity development; (ii) understand the strengths and limitations of the SAI PMF; (iii) be able to apply the principles and methodology in planning, implementing and reporting on a SAI PMF assessment; (iv) be able to identify a suitable process for conducting a SAI PMF according to the purpose of the assessment and the country context; and (v) to learn about the experience of the Palestinian Supreme Audit and Administrative Control Bureau (SAACB) in conducting a SAI PMF. The bootcamp was delivered with support from ARABOSAI and SAACB. The participants were provided with certifications of having attended the “SAI PMF Assessors” training course by INTOSAI, which qualifies them to perform SAI PMF assessments.