- How is Internal Audit Service different from National Audit Office?
Internal Audit Service is comprised of Internal Auditors whilst National Audit Office is comprised of External Auditors for the Government. Internal auditors provide an objective and independent assessment on governance, risk management and control processes. External Auditors carry out a statutory audit of financial accounts on whether they give a true and fair view of the financial position of Government.
- What are the internal audit services that you offer?
With approximately 105 internal auditors in 20 Ministries across the central government, we provide the following:
- Assurance services
An objective examination of evidence for the purpose of providing an independent assessment on governance, risk management, and control processes for the organization. They include operational, financial, compliance, information technology audits.
- Consulting services
These are advisory and related client service activities. The nature and scope of which are agreed with the client, are intended to add value and improve an organization's governance, risk management, and control processes without the internal auditor assuming management responsibility. They include advisory, investigations, trainings, business process mapping and system development reviews.
- How do I get internal audit services?
Internal Audit Services in Ministries and Departments are provided by their respective Internal Audit Units. In case the Ministry Department or other Public Institutions do not have Internal Audit Functions or there is a special need for internal audit services, a formal request for the services can be made to the Director of Central Internal Audit Unit.
- How do I join the IAS?
You can apply for a job as advertised by the Civil Service Commission or our website. Click here to check for job openings.
- How do I provide feedback on internal audit services provided?
You may provide feedback on our services by filling a form in the provided link here.