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Data on Supreme Audit Institutions are available on the TCU-Brazil portal

The portal of the Federal Court of Accounts (TCU-Brazil) has made available the Information Panel of the Supreme Audit Institutions (InfoSAI). The product was developed by the Department of International Relations (Serint) in partnership with the Department of IT Solutions (STI) in order to consolidate data from the Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs). The InfoSAI is dynamic and currently gathers information from 68 control institutions around the world. The purpose is to include data on all the institutions present in the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (Intosai), which today comprises 195 members.
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The InfoSAI, among other information, brings data related to the organization, operation, and structure of each of the Supreme Audit Institutions, the mandate of the head of the SAI, the control of public accounts, attributions, main types of audits carried out, and contact information of the institutions.

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“Many times the authorities and / or TCU employees demanded information about the SAIs and we discovered that many of them did not have the necessary elements available. Therefore, we decided to carry out an extensive survey, based on questionnaires and research" says Serint's secretary Ricardo Becker. "Now, those interested in such information can access it at any time, make comparisons and even propose improvements in the work of Brazilian external control, based on the experiences of partner entities," he added.

Serint's advisor, Alessandra Merçon, explains that the first step was to research if there was any publication among Intosai regional institutions that could serve as a starting point. "We found a publication from the European Union, which served as a reference for the panel's structure," she said. 

Click here in order to learn about the panel.

If any SAI wishes to contribute to that project, it is most welcome. Just send an email to






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