Roczny plan pracy Najwyższej Izby Kontroli
Annual Work Plan of the Supreme Audit Office
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The work plan of the Supreme Audit Office (NIK) for 2014 comprises 123 audits, and, for the first time in the history of NIK, an audit of a foreign institution – the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN). Out of the planned inspections, 85 are going to be carried out in the form of coordinated audits, while 37 are going to be performed by individual units of NIK. Moreover, NIK will continue with 17 planned audits started in 2013 which have been foreseen for completion in 2014. It comes as a novelty that individual audits of the state budget execution audit have been consolidated in one comprehensive audit, in which all audit units of NIK are going to be involved. For 2014, two basic audit areas have been identified, within which NIK will carry out system audits. These are: Pro-family policy (findings in this area will allow for evaluating the coordination of the pro-family policy in Poland at the governmental level) and Preparations of Poland for the new budgetary perspective of the European Union for the years 2014-2012 (audits in this area will help to improve the system for the use of European funds in the following years).
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