Staff responsabilities towards SAI’s integrity

30) Staff need to acquaint themselves with the SAI’s policies, regulations and rules related to integrity and are responsible for supporting and complying with them. Complying with the SAI’s policies, regulations and rules is not just a formal process, but also takes into account the goal of these policies, regulations and rules.

31) Staff need to know whom to consult with issues related to integrity, for example for advice or to report concerns or suspicions of integrity violations.

32) To ensure that integrity controls remain current, it is important that the SAI’s leadership and staff participate in regular training, meetings and events to promote a culture of integrity and to learn about new risks and specific cases.

33) If staff feel that integrity control weaknesses exist within the SAI, they bring these to the attention of ethics advisors or the SAI’s management.

(parent: 4. [Application Guidance for] Fundamental Ethical Values)

INTOSAI ref. Code of Ethics(pdf) (ISSAI-P 30).
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