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State Audit of Vietnam strives for excellent performance as ASOSAI Chair

Auditor General of the State Audit Office of Vietnam (SAV) Ho Duc Phoc has signed a decision on the framework programme for implementing the SAV’s role as Chair of the Asian Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (ASOSAI) for the 2018-2021 term.

According to the SAV, the objective of the programme is to well perform the SAV’s role and responsibility as the ASOSAI Chair for the 2018-2021 period, in particular demonstrating its leadership role in promoting the ASOSAI’s development, upholding the strengths of ASOSAI member Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs), and mobilising resources to strengthen the public auditing capability to successfully realise the goals and commitments of the Hanoi Declaration of the 14th ASOSAI Assembly.

The achievement of this will elevate the position and influence of ASOSAI as a model organisation in the region and the world.

Under the programme, the SAV will work to further enhance its role, position, and performance within ASOSAI at regional and global forums and improve its professional and institutional capacities in accordance with international practice, contributing to implementing the policies and guidelines of the Party and State on international integration.

As the Chair of ASOSAI for the 2018-2021 term, the SAV will be responsible for presiding over the ASOSAI Assembly; the 54th, 55th, and 56th meetings of the Governing Board of ASOSAI; and the first plenary of the 15th ASOSAI Assembly in Thailand in 2021.

It will also direct the implementation of decisions of the Governing Board, coordinate the ASOSAI’s activities and report to the Governing Board, and represent the ASOSAI while working with national and international organisations.

Auditor General Phoc assigned SAV units to coordinate, encourage, and supervise the implementation of the programme.