The TA will aim to strengthen audit professionalism and improve skills in the area of procurement audit, building on earlier TA efforts. Under a recently concluded TA 4954-Lao: Improved PFM System, a procurement guide was prepared, and this is an area of considerable interest to the SAO. The proposed TA will specially assist the members of the SAO to better understand and carry out audit of procurement. Specifically, the TA will increase knowledge and skills of audit staff regarding procurement best practices; help auditors to identify risks relating to procurement processes and activities; assist auditors in achieving a high level of quality and consistency when auditing procurement; provide a basis for measuring audit performance; and allow others outside the SAO to gain a better perspective and understanding of the audit practices of the SAO.
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