St. Maarten Audit Chamber now member of regional organization

POSTED: 02/8/12 3:37 PM

St. Maarten – The General Audit Chamber of Sint Maarten has become a member of Carosai, the Caribbean Organization of Supreme audit Institutions.
The Secretary General of CAROSAI informed the Chairman of the General Audit Chamber, Mr. Roland Tuitt, yesterday in writing about the approval of the membership request.

Carosai is a regional organization wherein the supreme audit institutions of over 20 countries are represented; among them are Aruba, Antigua, the U.S.V.I., Bahamas, Bermuda, Grenada, St. Lucia, Jamaica, Guyana, Suriname and Trinidad.
Carosai’s objectives are to increase the exchange of knowledge and experiences among its members and to expand training and continuing education possibilities among these institutions. Additionally, Carosai seeks to increase the importance of internal audit function in the public sector and render technical assistance and support to its members. The organization’s secretariat is located in Castries in St. Lucia.

As the General Audit Chamber of Sint Maarten was recently established (10-10-10), participation in international organizations is crucial to the continued institutional development.
Approval of the membership to Carosai occurred during a membership meeting on February 1 and 2 in Antigua.
In the notification to the General Audit Chamber, Carosai’s General Secretary Averil James-Bonnette, indicated that the organization believes that “the Supreme Audit Institution of Sint Maarten will play a vital role in enabling Carosai to achieve its objectives”.

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