AGIA - Association of Government Internal Auditors

  • 2017 AGIA ANNUAL NATIONAL CONVENTION cum SEMINAR

    THEME:

    “SUSTAINING THE ROLE OF AGIA IN THE GOVERNMENT’S THRUST ON GOOD GOVERNANCE”

    October 4 – 6, 2017
    Venue: CAP - John Hay Trade and Cultural Center
    Camp John Hay, Loakan Road, Baguio City

    To DOWNLOAD the CONVENTION INVITATION AND CONFIRMATION REGISTRATION FORM, please CLICK HERE

     

     

     

     

    June 16, 2017 - 2:11pm
  • Seminars/ Workshops Schedule for 3rd Quarter of 2017

    To DOWNLOAD the SEMINAR INVITATION and CONFIRMATION REGISTRATION FORM
    please CLICK HERE

    June 5, 2017 - 6:20pm
  • Seminar/ Workshop on Philippine Budgeting System (February 21-23, 2017)

     

    A total of 74 employees from the National Government Agencies (NGA), Local Government Units (LGU), State Colleges and Universities (SUC), Government Financial Institutions/ Government Owned and Controlled Corporations (GFI/GOCC), legislative/judicial offices attended AGIA’s Philippine Budgeting System seminar at the Kimberley Hotel Manila on February 21-23, 2017.

    There were three (3) resource speakers during the seminar/workshop:  Dir. Carmencita P. Mahinay, CPA, Budget Technical Service, Department of Budget and Management (DBM) imparted knowledge to the participants about basic concepts in budgeting and the budget cycle and processes, Dir. Rolando U. Toledo, Fiscal Planning Bureau, DBM provided comprehensive information about the Medium-Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) and Public Expenditure Management (PEM), Dir. Tessie Candelario-Gregorio, Corporate Planning and Reform Service, DBM covered the Organizational Performance and Indicator Framework (OPIF), Performance Informed Budgeting  and Results-Based Performance Management System (RBPMS) and Performance based Incentive System (PBIS)

    Understanding the Philippine Budgeting System enhances commitment to fiscal discipline and enables the participants to plan and manage the government financial resources.

     - Ma. Vene R. Tacuboy 
       
    Director-In-Charge

    February 27, 2017 - 11:29am
  • 2016 AGIA Annual National Convention Cum Seminar - Lecture Materials

    Theme:  "AGIA: Kaagapay sa Pagsulong ng Tunay na Pagbabago"
    October 12 - 14, 2016
    Aziza Paradise Hotel, Puerto Princesa, Palawan

     

    LECTURE MATERIALS (CLICK HERE)

     

     

     

     

    October 24, 2016 - 3:22pm
  • CJ SERENO INDUCTS NEW AGIA OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS

    Image “I am happy that there is such an association of government internal auditors well represented from various agencies of the government”, said by Supreme Court Justice Ma. Lourdes A. Sereno. She also urged government internal auditors "to be wary of detractors and perform their duties without favor to anyone”.  She made the appeal during the recent induction of officers and board of directors of the Association of Government Internal Auditors last March 17, 2016 at the Dignitaries Lounge, Supreme Court, Manila.

    In photo, taking their oath before CJ Sereno are: (left to right) Dir. CRISOSTOMO C. PARAS, JR of LGU Province of Occidental Mindoro.; COL. MA. VENE R. TACUBOY of PAF; ATTY. ANTHONY C. NUYDA of DILG; DR. EDITHA D. MORALES of NIA-MARIIS- Auditor; DIR. JOSIE JANE C. ABLIR of PDIC-Asst. Secretary; DIR. CYNTHIA R. BALASCOPO of DENR- VP for; DIR. MICHAEL L. GAPUZ of DAP-President; DIR. MARIO D. LASAM of LGU-Municipality of Cainta-VP for; ATTY. IRENE D.T. ALOGOC of DA-Secretary; DIR. MARISSA N. FABRICANTE of DSWD-Treasurer; DIR. DINAH E. PICHAY of NTA-Asst. Treasurer; ATTY. LAURO A. PATIAG of PCSO; ATTY.ANTONETTE L. FERNANDEZ of SSS-Immediate Past President and Dr. MELBA S. ASUNCION of EARIST-PRO.  Not in photo is DIR. MENELIA C. MORTEL of LTO-VP for External Affairs.

     

    - Director Melba Asuncion

     

    March 20, 2016 - 11:00am
  • To our Dear AGIA Members:

    Subject: PhiIippine Government Internal Audit Manual (PGIAM) issued pursuant to DBM Circular 2011-5 dated May 19, 2011 

    We, the members of the Board of Directors of the Association of Government Internal Auditors, Inc. (AGIA), wish to inform you that some of us have been given the privilege to be trained on the different modules of the PGIAM.

    While we believe that the Training Modules can still be improved, we appreciate the efforts of the agencies and personalities involved in developing and rolling out the PGIAM. This worthwhile endeavor aims to provide the Internal Audit Service of the various agencies of the government including GOCCs/GFIs, SUCs and LGUs, a structured and disciplined approach in performing internal auditing function.

    The different Training Modules are currently being reviewed with the participation of some of the AGIA Directors with the objective to include the inputs, comments and other concerns of the practicing Internal Auditors. Thereafter, the revised or enhanced Training Modules shall be cascaded to the identified government agencies.

    The Board of Directors fully supports the PGIAM acknowledging the fact that this will equip the Internal Auditors with the requisite technical knowledge and skills with the end view of improving the performance of their internal audit functions which will redound to the benefit of their respective agencies.

    Hence, we appeal to all AGIA members to refrain from making unnecessary commentaries about the PGIAM in deference to the personalities who are contributing time and effort to ensure that the PGIAM becomes a helpful tool for all Internal Auditors in government.

    Thank you!

    Sincerely yours,

    AGIA Board of Directors

    July 12, 2013 - 6:45pm
  • AGIA meets with IIA-Philippines

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    At the start of the meeting, both associations expressed their desire to meet with each other and discuss the strengthening of collaborations toward promoting Good Governance through the IAS.  The following concerns were discussed:

    1.  The existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the IIA and AGIA shall be reviewed by both parties and any revision will be discussed in the next meeting.   Once revisions are finalized, both parties will sign the said MOU;

    2.  Major issues on the set back to put in place Internal Audit Services among government agencies were discussed.  It was noted that IIA and AGIA have been working in the past towards strengthening Internal Audit in government agencies.  It was agreed that efforts will be focused on bringing to the attention of the Committee of  Good Governance of the Congress the major concerns on IAS and ultimately contribute to policy inputs;

    3.  AGIA informed the body that a position letter is being finalized as an output of the workshop conducted during the Annual Convention held in October, 2010 relative to  the major concerns of IAS that were identified by representatives of government agencies .  It was agreed that once the position paper is finalized, a copy will be furnished the IIA.

    Both parties agreed to meet on a regular basis and work hand in hand towards Good Governance.

    The meeting was attended by AGIA Board of Directors, Remeliza Jovita M. Gabuyo (President), Dr. Myrna Q. Mallari (VP-External Affairs), Ruth P. Carlos (Asst. Treasurer), Gundelberto B. Azanza (Director), Helen L. Villaflor (Director), Buddy Las (Secretariat) and IIA-Phils. Board of Directors, Juancho Robles (VP-External Affairs), Lily Linsangan (Chair, Advocacy Committee), Dr. Rufo Mendoza (Member, Advocacy Committee), Grace Tordilla (Chief Operating Officer), Gal Santiago (P & A).

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    March 30, 2011 - 8:50pm
  • AGIA Partners with CSC...

    In a meeting held by members of the board of AGIA with the Civil Service Commission (CSC) representatives, Director Lorelei Querido-Cabatu, Ms. Rose Javier and Mr. Roderick Romualdo, the AGIA requested the assistance of the CSC for the possibility of issuing an eligibility specifically for internal auditors to be known as Certified Government Internal Auditors (CGIA).  This certification will be administered by the CSC thru a program to be prepared for the purpose in coordination with the AGIA.  Both agreed that an in depth study and evaluation be pursued to specifically address issues and concerns on the creation of IAS.

    Indeed, this step is big leap in the professionalization of internal auditors.

    March 30, 2011 - 8:49pm
  • Highlights of Philippine Government Internal Audit Manual (PGIAM)

    The Philippine Government Internal Audit Manual (PGIAM) was developed to help operationalize the provision of the NGICS. It provides details on the nature and scope of internal audit in the Philippine public sector, including the institutional arrangement of the internal audit function, as well as the protocols and processes for the conduct of internal audit.

    The PGIAM is divided into two parts.
    The first part, the Philippine Government Internal Audit Manual Part I Guidelines (PGIAM), outlines in the basic concepts and principles of internal audit, and the policies and standards that will guide government agencies in organizing, managing, and conducting an effective internal audit. It is composed of (4) chapters.

    Chapter 1 - Concepts and Principles of Internal Audit
    Chapter 2 - Institutional Arrangement
    Chapter 3 - Organizing the Internal Audit Function
    Chapter 4 - Performance Assessment and Quality Assurance

    The second part, the Philippine Government Internal Audit Manual Part II- Practices (PGIAM 2), contains tools, techniques, and approaches that will facilitate the conduct of internal audit activities. It is composed of five (5) chapters representing the major steps in conducting internal auditing.

    Chapter 1 - Strategic and Annual Work Planning
    Chapter 2 - Audit Process
    Chapter 3 - Management Audit
    Chapter 4 - 4Es or Performance Audit
    Chapter 5 - Internal Audit Service Performance Evaluation

    The PGIAM Part II serves as friendly too to internal auditors in the performance of their functions of appraising the internal control system of the public entities against strategic objectives, and conducting the management and performance audit.

    The Manual will guide the internal auditors on how to identify and prioritize potential audit areas perform the appraisal, as they progress in the internal audit process from strategic planning to follow up of the recommendation. It describes the logical procedures from one activity to another coupled with templates, when necessary, to facilitate a structured and systematic approach audit.

    March 21, 2011 - 3:46pm