There are no mechanisms for correcting state programmes that are not sufficiently effective. The state audit system is not sufficiently flexible for modern realities
For seven years, the Ministry of Economic Development and the Government have been ranking programmes in their reports according to their own criteria. There are programmes that have received a negative assessment, and they are not systematically implemented, but continue to receive support and funding. There is not enough adjustment of programmes — Alexey Kudrin, Chairman, Accounts Chamber of the Russian Federation.
This [state audit] system should work effectively at all times, especially now in times of volatility, uncertainty, and conflicts. It is at these times that the control system takes on special importance, and it is important to understand that this system should work most reliably. We benefited from the implementation of a flexible process in order to ensure reliable quality work in a wide variety of conditions, especially those that change very quickly and unexpectedly — Harib Al Amimi, President, Supreme Audit Institution of the United Arab Emirates.
We must now develop new approaches in the new conditions, in the conditions of a new reality, the changes that we see on the world stage — Hesham Badawy, President, Accountability State Authority of the Arab Republic of Egypt.