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Partners


3.1.2 A   Vietnam interns in Alberta
Management interns from Vietnam meet with senior staff at the Office of the Auditor General of Alberta in March 2015.

The program’s funding partner is Global Affairs Canada. We work with Global Affairs Canada staff in Canada and abroad, keeping each other informed of developments and receiving their guidance on the program. On some occasions, representatives of Global Affairs Canada participate in our program activities.

Our partnerships with Canadian experts in auditing and oversight have been essential to the success of the international program since its founding in 1980 as the International Fellowship Program. In the current program, these partners contribute by:

  • hosting Fellowships;
  • meeting with Fellows and management Interns;
  • co-facilitating training abroad;
  • participating in mentoring and other program activities abroad, such as Fellowship candidate interviews, meetings with SAIs, and contributing to quality control reviews; and
  • presenting at international conferences, such as meetings of the INTOSAI Working Group on Environmental Auditing, on behalf of the program.
3.1.2 B   Veronique in Cameroon
Véronique Boily of the Office of the Auditor General of Québec presents during a training session in Cameroon in March 2015.

The international participants benefit from the guidance and mentorship of experts currently working in the Canadian legislative audit environment. The Canadians also enjoy contributing to the program. They tell us they appreciate the opportunity to share their experience, learn about practices in other countries, and become involved in this international development program.

Program Partners

Key partners. The institutions that host Fellowship placements and often travel abroad to deliver training and mentoring activities:

Office of the Auditor General of Canada Vérificateur général du Québec
Office of the Auditor General of Alberta Office of the Auditor General of British Columbia
Office of the Auditor General of  New Brunswick

Office of the Auditor General of Nova Scotia

Contributing organizations. In addition to the key partners listed above, many other Canadian institutions contribute to the program, particularly by meeting with Fellows and management interns to describe their work in governance and accountability and by consulting on the development of our products like the Practice Guide to Auditing Gender Equality. Frequent contributors are:

Office of the Auditor General of Ontario
Ontario – Office of the Auditor General
Office of the Auditor General of the City of Edmonton
City of Edmonton – Office of the City Auditor
Office of the Auditor General of the Halifax Regional Municipality
Halifax Regional Municipality – Office of the Auditor General
Ville de Montréal – Vérificateur général
Ville de Montréal – Office of the Auditor General
Office of the Auditor General of the City of Ottawa
City of Ottawa – Office of the Auditor General
Ville de Québec – Vérificateur général
Ville de Québec – Office of the Auditor General
Office of the Auditor General of the City of Toronto
City of Toronto – Auditor General's Office
Sociéte de transport de Montréal
Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC)  

The Canadian Audit and Accountability Foundation and our international participants thank our many partners!