Citizen Engagement Practices by Supreme Audit Institutions

Citizen Engagement Practices by Supreme Audit Institutions
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Category: Public Administration
Author(s): Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations (UNDESA), through its Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government (DPIDG)
Number of Pages: 72
Language: English

The Compendium of Innovative Practices of Citizen Engagement by Supreme Audit Institutions for Public accountability provides an overview of successful examples and innovations in the engagement of citizens in public accountability processes through Supreme Audit Institutions. The purpose of this book is to disseminate, through comparitive case studies and analysis, and conceptual frameworks, information about innovative and successful practices. Learning more about how Supreme Audit Insititutions from around the world have successfully collaborated with citizens and civil society groups in the audit of how public resources are allocated and spent can be a powerful and inspirational tool for those engaged in improving public accountability.