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May 10-11, 2022 - Meeting of the EUROSAI Working Group on Environmental Auditing (EWGEA)

On May 10-11, 2022, the Spring Session of the EUROSAI Working Group on Environmental Auditing was held online. The meeting was hosted by the SAI of Poland, Chair of the Working Group.
The topic was “Water supply and its quality in the aspect of the climate change”.
In addition to the participation of many European Supreme Audit Institutions, including the Italian Corte dei conti, representatives of the academic world, institutions, agencies and non-profit organizations engaged in the environmental field at the European and international level provided their contribution.
The theme of the meeting was discussed more analytically during three sessions regarding in particular “Sea and rivers pollution”, “Flood risks” and “Water supply and Droughts”.
Before of the closing the meeting, the representative of the Environmental Auditing Working Group in the INTOSAI framework, launched the 21st INTOSAI WGEA Assembly meeting that will be held on July 4 - 6, in hybrid format.
At the Spring Session of the EUROSAI Working Group on Environmental Auditing the Corte dei conti was represented by Ms. Erika Guerri, Judge of the International Affairs Office, and by Mr. Andrea Giordano, Judge of the Jurisdictional Chamber for the Emilia-Romagna.

 

Luxembourg, May 3-4, 2022 – Meeting of the Contact Committee of the Heads of the Supreme Audit Institutions of the European Union

On May 3 and 4, the meeting of the Contact Committee of the Heads of Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) of the European Union took place in Luxembourg at the European Court of Auditors. The event was the first in-person meeting of the Heads of EU SAIs since 2019 and was organized in two half-day sessions.
During the first day, participants discussed on the future of the Contact Committee and a small group of SAIs members, Corte dei conti included, planned to carry the discussion forward in the coming months in Lisbon. The Portuguese SAI will host the next Contact Committee meeting. Moreover, participants focused on the Consequences and challenges of the pandemic and the invasion of Ukraine for the EU and its Member, with a video address from Vareriy Patskan, Chairman of the Accounting Chamber of Ukraine and an impulse speech from Ms. Nathalie Tocci, Director of the Istituto Affari Internazionali.
The second day was devoted to the strategic tasks and challenges for EU SAIs in assessing the (added) value of the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) at national and EU level.
The Corte dei conti contributed with a snapshot presentation on Auditing the NRRP – The new approach of the Corte dei conti.
The presentation pointed out that the set of powers and responsibilities of the Corte dei conti has been enlarged to exercise a more focused and efficient audit on the NRRP. In particular, the “Concurrent audit” (i.e., real-time audit) has been expressly highlighted; it will be primarily targeted at projects, plans and programmes funded by the NRRP The Corte dei conti was represented by Mr. Mauro Orefice, President of the Central Chamber for the Performance Audit on the Management of the State Administrations and Judge Head of the International Affairs Office and Mr. Giulio Stolfi, Assistant Prosecutor General at the Regional Prosecutor’s Office for Basilicata Region and Member of the Central Chamber for EU and International Affairs.

 

March 31, 2022 - INTOSAI Working Group on Financial Modernization and Regulatory Reform Virtual Meeting

The Corte dei conti co-hosted with the US Government Accountability Office the first 2022 meeting of the INTOSAI Working Group on Financial Modernization and Regulatory Reform.
After the opening remarks by the US Comptroller General, Gene Dodaro, the President of the Corte dei conti, Guido Carlino underlined the importance of the activities within the Working Group with regard to the pandemic crisis and the geopolitical situation.
Participants focused on the economic impact of COVID-19 and crisis recovery actions. Accordingly, risks and spotlights have been discussed.
Moreover, the European banking sector resilience to pandemic and the prudential and operational relief measures have been examined.
The Corte dei conti outlined the fast and firm recovery of the Italian economy, notwithstanding some uncertainties due to the macroeconomic environment and illustrated the main features of the National Resilience and Recovery Plan, which sets out a comprehensive package of reforms and investments on labour market policies, healthcare system, social housing, local social services and public sector. Furthermore, it was highlighted that the existing and the new competencies are aimed at enabling better external oversight on the implementation of the NRRP both at central and local level.
The Corte dei conti has invited to the meeting Mr. Damiano Guadalupi head of division in the Directorate General Universal & Diversified Institutions of the European Central Bank and one of the greatest experts of Banking supervision, and Ms. Leora Klapper, Lead Economist in the Finance and Private Sector Research Team of the Development Research Group at the World Bank who have enlightened participants on the latest developments in baking supervision and worldwide economy.
The Corte dei conti was represented by Mr. Mauro Orefice, President of the Central Chamber for the Performance Audit on the Management of the State Administrations and Judge Head of the International Affairs Office, Ms. Erika Guerri,Judge at the Second Chamber of Appeal and Deputy Head of the International Affairs Office, Mr. Giulio Stolfi, Assistant Prosecutor General at the Regional Prosecutor’s Office for Basilicata Region and member of the Central Chamber for EU and International Affairs and Mr. Benedetto Brancoli Busdraghi, Judge at the Jurisdictional Chamber for Liguria and member of the Central Chamber for EU and International Affairs.