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Effective Institutions Platform Engagement Practices Between Supreme Audit Institutions and External Actors: Mechanisms, Risks and Benefits

Beneficiary level: Global
Project status: Ongoing
Duration from: 2013-02-01
Duration to: 2017-08-01

This study responds to the interest SAIs expressed around how they could multiply the impact of their reports by deepening their interactions with external stakeholders and contribute to advancing citizens’ interests, wellbeing and their societies. The report analyses how 30 SAIs participating in a global survey—rolled out by the Effective Institutions Platform in 2015—perceive their engagement practices with external stakeholders. It investigates four main aspects: i) what benefits SAIs expect from establishing, improving and sustaining their interactions with external stakeholders; ii) which interaction mechanisms have countries put in practice; iii) the risks and obstacles they have encountered; iv) how they measure impact of their engagement strategies. The purpose of the project is to inform SAIs’ perceptions of themselves as key players in a broader accountability system.

SAIs connected to this project

  • Argentina
  • Belize
  • Bhutan
  • Brazil
  • Cameroon
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • Ecuador
  • El Salvador
  • Honduras
  • India
  • Japan
  • Korea (Republic of)
  • Kuwait
  • Nepal
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Paraguay
  • Philippines
  • Puerto Rico
  • Sweden
  • Tunisia
  • United Kingdom
  • Venezuela
  • Zambia
How the project was initiated
Request by SAI
Gender Relevance
Has the project/activity as an objective “the strengthening of the SAI Institutional Framework/ Independence”?
Contact person: Beneficiary SAI/Region/Committee
Nurina Widagdo, nurina.widagdo@undp.org
Source of funding
Other Source of funding
Contact person: Provider of support
Implementing agency(s)
INTOSAI-IDI, SAIs of Chile, Costa Rica, Brazil, South Africa, New Zealand, EIP
Contact person: Implementing partner(s)
Lisa Williams, Head of EIP Secretariat, lisa.williams@oecd.org
Type of support
Part of broader PFM reform programme
Support modality
Support categories covered
External Stakeholder Relations
Is support based on beneficiary SAI/INTOSAI region Strategic Plan?
Yes
Link to related projects/programs
No related projects/programs
Any other information
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