Mr. Cheki Dorji, Assistant Auditor General assumes the post of Program Director of the Professional Development Centre today. The new Program Director takes over PDC from his predecessor, Mr. Minjur Dorji, Deputy Auditor General presence of officials of PDC and guest invitees from Wangdue and Tsirang Dzongkhag Administration. The ceremony was graced by Dasho Dzongdas of Wangdue Phodrang and Tsirang Dzongkhags. Continue reading “New Program Director takes over the Professional Development Centre today”
A five-day capacity development program on Audit Follow-up and Clearance Services started today at PDC. It is focused on bringing efficiency in follow-up audit and audit clearance services to our stakeholders. The program will provide participants with clear and common understanding of the upgrades and new features incorporated in the Audit Resource Management System (ARMS) and Audit Information Management Systems (AIMS). The training program includes 14 officials of FUCD and Regional Offices who conduct follow-up audit and provide audit clearance services, of whom two from OAAG, Phuentsholing and Samdrup Jongkhar are attending it virtually. Continue reading “Capacity Development Program on Audit Follow-up and Clearance Services started today.”
A five-day capacity development program on Office Management started today at PDC. The program is aimed to build the capacity to support human resource and administrative services in RAA.
The training will provide required skills to efficiently use various IT systems in RAA and ensure timely data update/entry in the systems. Training will also improve office etiquettes through a half-day refresher and awareness session on Driglam Namzha. Continue reading “Capacity Development Program on Office Management starts at PDC today.”
A capacity development program on Drafting Audit findings (including providing RAA’s further comments) started at PDC today. Continue reading “A weeklong in-house Capacity Development Program on Drafting Audit Findings started at PDC today.”
The audit system in the country was formally introduced in 1970 with the appointment of four Royal Auditors by late His Majesty, the Third Druk Gyalpo. As an oversight body, the Royal Audit Authority has attained 50 Years in 2020 and the intent to celebrate such joyous occasion was thwarted by the current pandemic.
In order to mark 50 years of its dedicated service to the Tsa-Wa-Sum, the RAA observed the day coinciding with its foundation day on 16 April at the Professional Development Centre (PDC), Tsirang. Dasho Kunzang Wangdi, Former Auditor General graced the occasion as the Guest of Honor. Continue reading “Royal Audit Authority celebrates its golden jubilee year at Professional Development Centre”
Minjur Dorji, Asst. Auditor General, Royal Audit Authority, Department of Follow-up and Regions (DFR), Office of the Assistant Auditor General, Tsirang is selected as the Deputy Auditor General for the Department of Follow-Up and Regions, Royal Audit Authority (RAA).
The open competitive selection procedure was held on March 24, 2021, which was conducted by Royal Audit Authority in line with the section 53 of Civil Service Act of Bhutan, 2010.