Tailor-made Training for the Indonesian Audit Board

A tailor-made training for a group of investigative auditors from the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia (BPK) started at IACA last Monday, 28 September.

The compact, two-week programme addresses sector-specific vulnerabilities, with a special focus on fraud detection and prevention.

IACA has again drawn together an exceptional range of in-house and visiting faculty for this training. Guest lecturers include Friedrich Schneider, Member of IACA’s International Academic Advisory Board, Cathy James from Public Concern at Work, Caroline Nicholas from the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), and Ramakrishna Velamuri from the China Europe International Business School, among others.

Last week, participants were introduced to the latest research and trends on corruption measurements, organizational integrity, whistleblower protection, and good corporate governance. The programme continued this week with public procurement, before moving into case studies on fraud and investigation.

Yesterday participants joined IACA’s second Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) class for a roundtable discussion on anti-corruption developments, moderated by Pascale Dubois, Chief Suspension and Debarment Officer at the World Bank. Stay tuned for a detailed update on this event.

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