Website XII CAROSAI Congress

Gepubliceerd op: september 6, 2022

In addition to its task of auditing the efficiency and legality of public funds of the public entity Aruba, the Court of Audit Aruba also presides over the regional organization CAROSAI. CAROSAI is the organization of Supreme Audit Institutions in the Caribbean and was founded in Trinidad and Tobago on August 7, 1988. CAROSAI’s membership is open to the supreme audit institutions in the Caribbean and currently consists of twenty-three (23) member countries/islands. CAROSAI is led by an Executive Committee, which is currently chaired by the Court of Audit Aruba for the next three (3) years. CAROSAI is one (1) of seven (7) regional organizations belonging to the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions – INTOSAI-. INTOSAI has provided an institutional framework for the highest body in a country for over 50 years. The aim of INTOSAI is to promote development and knowledge transfer, improve the auditing of government agencies in all parts of the world and the capacity of the Supreme Audit Institution (SAI) in their respective country.

The Court of Audit Aruba organized a hybrid conference for the first time during the last XII Congress of CAROSAI, which was held in May 2022. This was done to promote participation online. A special website has also been developed, where more information is available about the congress events, speakers and presentations at the XII CAROSAI congress. For other information, reference is made to the website of the Court of Audit Aruba:, as well as the digital platform of the National Library of Aruba.

Further information about the next OLACEFS Congress, to be held September 20-24, 2022 in Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico, can be found at Information about the INTOSAI – XXIV INCOSAI 2022 Congress- taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from 7 to 11 November 2022 can be found at The Court of Audit Aruba will be present at both conferences as chair of the CAROSAI.

The central theme of the XXIV INTOSAI congress is “The work of Supreme Audit Institutions in the face of public calamities” and “Global voice, global outcome, and far-reaching impact”.

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