The Auditing Office conducts the audit of the Institute’s budgetary and economic management and of the budget, and income and expenditure statement which must be prepared on an annual basis. The Auditing Office summarises the outcomes of audits in the annual report prepared each year. This also includes proposals for qualitative and organisational improvements of measures with financial impacts.
The annual report is the basis for the formal discharge of the president for the previous fiscal year by the Institute board. Based on its diverse audit experience, the Auditing Office regards itself as an advisory body. The underlying objectives of the work of the Auditing Office is to ensure that the tasks of the Institute are conducted in accordance with the law and that public funds are used effectively and efficiently.