Georgia creates new internal auditing structure
Tbilisi, June 9 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
The Georgian National Center for Public Internal Audit will now conduct internal auditing at state organizations. The opening ceremony of the center was held today at the Courtyard Marriott in Tbilisi. Representatives of various government structures attended.
According to Levan Churadze, who runs the center, the National Center for State Control was established based on a presidential decree signed April 7. The center aims to improve internal auditing and quality control at state organizations.
"The center was established ... as a requirement of the EU," Churadze said.
He added that internal auditing services will be provided to government offices. Government structures will be tasked with preparing and providing information to center. The services will be provided to ministries, the Adjaran, South Ossetian and Abkhazian governments, and local self-government institutions.