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State Audit Office indicates deficiencies in state institution financial accounts and in compliance of expenditures with their purpose

Having completed the 2016 financial audits, the State Audit Office assessed the quality of financial accounts as stable.  At the same time, the conformity of budget expenditures to their stated purpose is still wanting: millions of euros were spent in a way that was not congruent with the planned objectives. (more…)

State Audit Office: Service Pensions Not in Compliance with the Nature of the Latvian Pension Policy

When conducting the audit of the Ministry of Welfare regarding sustainability of the Latvian pension system, the State Audit Office analysed also the area of service pensions and concluded that it is not in compliance with the nature of the Latvian pension policy. (more…)

Latvian Pension System Assessed by State Audit Office as Stable, Yet Improvable

State Audit Office welcomes the work done by the Ministry of Welfare regarding implementation of the pension reform and concludes that the decision that was made more than 20 years ago to establish a three-tier pension system based on fundamental principles of state social insurance has been correct. (more…)

Local Government of Ozolnieki Municipality Attempts to Resolve a Protracted Property Rights Dispute Concerning a Building Situated on Land Owned by the Local Government

The State Audit Office conducted a legality audit wherein it assessed the action of the Local Government of Ozolnieki Municipality attempting to resolve the dispute concerning property rights of the building “Ezerkrasti”. Results of the audit once again show that drawbacks in proper administration within a local government eventually cause problems to the local government itself. (more…)

Support for dairy sector must be planned and provided more purposefully, the State Audit Office concludes

Between 2008 and 2015, approximately 900 million euro have been used for the support of dairy sector of Latvia. Nearly one third of this support was taken from the Latvian state budget, while two thirds came from the European Union funds. During the audit “Does the support financing of the European Union funds and state budget for dairy sector promote development thereof?” (more…)

Experience of State Audit Office with municipality audits will be used for development of international good practice

On April 11 and 12, in Vilnius took place the first meeting of EUROSAI Task Force on Municipality Audits. In the course of the meeting action programme of the Task Force was approved, and responsibility for each involved supreme audit institution (SAI) was defined. Representatives from Latvia, Croatia and Romania will be responsible for identification and development of methodology for municipality audits. (more…)

By using animation, State Audit Office promotes the fundamental principles of ethics

This February, State Audit Office participated in the video competition “Ethics Matters” hosted by EUROSAI, the regional organisation of supreme audit institutions. The goal of this competition was to promote fundamental principles of ethics according to ISSAI 30 or international code of ethics of the supreme audit institutions. (more…)

E-government and audit

From 7 January 2017 through 4 February, 35 audit experts from the state audit institutions of 34 states met at the International Centre for Information Systems and Audit (iCISA) in India to discuss, within joint training, discussions and practical work groups, the role of the state audit institutions in the assessment of e-government processes within the framework of audit. Emīls Pūlmanis, Manager of Development Projects of the State Audit Office, also participated in the international trainings and work group. (more…)

Riga East University Hospital is sinking deeper into debt. Responsible institutions are pursuing “ostrich policy”.

Regardless of the great significance of Riga East University Hospital in the healthcare system of Latvia, as well as the growing turnover and the stable number of patients, operation of the hospital has been resulting in significant losses since 2011. Amount of the accumulated losses by the end of 2015 has reached 28 million euro. (more…)

Experts of the State Audit Office shall support the State Audit Institution of Serbia in the improvement processes

On 16 March 2017, the State Audit Institution of Serbia has approved the project proposal of the State Audit Office for the improvement of capacity thereof by providing the meeting of the EU pre-accession criteria in the field of external audit. (more…)