The provisional parliamentary commission found the work of the State Audit Office in 2013 to be unsatisfactory and gave the Parliament a recommendation to that effect.
This report by Transparency International Georgia gives user-friendly summaries of audits conducted by the State Audit Office of Georgia in 2013.
MP Davit Onoprishvili’s legislative initiative to amend the Georgian law, “Facilitating the Prevention of Illicit Income Legalization,” was registered in the Parliament of Georgia in early March 2014.
A legislative amendment proposed by to transfer Georgia’s Financial Monitoring Service from under the management of the National Bank of Georgia to the Ministry of Finance has been registe
For three months now Tbilisi’s residents have been waiting in vain for Tbilisi Council to approve the city’s most important financial document - the 2014 budget. Amidst endless discussions, political debates and accusations, impeding the process and neglecting the interests of the citizenry — it has still not been approved.
Program budgeting is a results-orientated budgeting system, which, contrary to conventional budgeting, gives detailed costs of every activity and program rather than just the agency spending the money. This links the resources to be spent with the results to be achieved.
Georgian Defense spending is the third largest after education and healthcare. It is important that we know that defense spending is both efficient and lawful.