Public Sector Financial Management Reform Support – Georgia
The project focuses on fundamentally refocusing the activities of the Chamber of Control of Georgia (CCG) to become an independent government auditor and deliver audit services to the Georgian public sector in accordance with international best practice.
Inputs targeted specifically towards the CCG under this component include: international and national advisory services to the CCG to provide the management of the Chamber with strategic professional guidance; to develop secondary and other related legislation; to devise audit and staff manuals and quality control procedures; and to advise on HR policies and management.
The component will finance development of appropriate training policies, procedures and materials; setting up training database and library; and delivery of training, principally in value-for-money and performance auditing concepts, as well as provision of on-the-job practical training for the CCG auditors.
The component will support experts on information and communication policies, procedures and management including media relations, to strengthen CCG interaction with Parliament as well as strategic alliances with civil society.
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