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INTERNAL AUDIT AND INSPECTION IN LOCAL SELF-GOVERNANCE

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Giorgi Zhvania

Rubric:Accounting
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The objective of a previous article is to explore the differences between the functions of an internal audit and inspection in local self-governance. Somehow, there is confusion, about the objectives of internal audit and inspection. Occasionally, the terms “Internal Audit” and “Inspection” are used interchangeably, even though they are very different from each other. In this article, I am trying to explain the objectives of an internal audit and inspection, as well as to find out the difference between them.

  This article is dedicated to explaining the goals of internal audit and inspection and seeing the difference between them.

  While the research process, the materials of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) were used. Moreover, the laws and normative acts adopted by Georgian legislative and executive bodies, the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF), as well as guidelines and standards of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) for the public sector, and the methodologies, reports, and publications developed by the Central Harmonization Unit (CHU).

Keywords

Internal Audit and Inspection; local self-governance.

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  1. The Ministry of Finance of Georgia; Public Internal Financial Control Strategy 2017- 2019;
  2. The Ministry of Finance of Georgia; 2021 Annual Report on Internal Financial Control;
  3. Law of Georgia №2839-Iს 26.03.2010 on “Internal Financial Control.“
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