The Accounting Chamber continues cooperation with the Republic of Lithuania within the framework of the EU4PFM Project.The main goal of cooperation is to continue the qualitative transformation of the Accounting Chamber.
The initiative is implemented within the framework of the European Union technical assistance project, which aims to support reforms in the field of public financial management (EU4PFM) and is accompanied by the EU Delegation to Ukraine.
The team of the Central Project Management Agency of the Republic of Lithuania (CPMA), which has implemented similar reforms in Lithuania, in particular in the country’s supreme audit institution, contributes to the Accounting Chamber’s strategic goal of one of the components of the Accounting Chamber Development Strategy 2019−2024, namely: capacity and professional potential of the institution.
On January 25, in the framework of cooperation between the Accounting Chamber and the EU4PFM Project, a three-day workshop on project and process management, as well as on project management in the field of IT began.
The Secretary of the Accounting Chamber – Chief of Staff Vadym Khodakovskyi thanked his Lithuanian colleagues for the opportunity to take part in the workshop.
“In July 2019, the Accounting Chamber approved a new development strategy until 2024. Among the priorities of the Strategy are: increasing the professional capacity of the Chamber, expanding the mandate, increasing public confidence in the Accounting Chamber and increasing its influence at the international level. The guests from Lithuania who are in touch with us today have a lot of experience and are ready to share it today. We are grateful for the opportunity to take part in a three-day workshop on project and process management, as well as on project management in the field of IT. The event is designed to acquaint us with the experience of practical implementation of Project Management in the National Audit Office of Lithuania. This workshop is also needed so that all the guests were in the same information field on certain topics and then could discuss and make appropriate decisions on the further implementation of projects”, Vadym Khodakovskyi said.
He stressed that the Accounting Chamber is ready to transform and move forward to qualitative change.
During three days, the specialists of the Accounting Chamber will have the opportunity to exchange experiences with Lithuanian colleagues and gain new knowledge.