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Supreme Audit Institutions and Stakeholder Engagement Practices – A Stocktaking Report


Published by: Effective Institutions Platform
Date: September 2014

This report provides SAIs, policy makers and other public management practitioners with a clear and comprehensive synthesis and analysis of progress to date in the approaches SAIs use to engage with citizens and other external stakeholders. It aims to help understand SAI engagement, and to take a first step to identifying engagement approaches and instruments and in evaluating their results. The report is based on the analysis of a sample of 32 SAIs, representing different regions (Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, Middle East and North Africa, Asia, Pacific and North America) and income levels and covering a wide range of political/legal contexts as well as a diverse range of engagement instruments and tools.

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