Internal government auditor
The title of an internal government auditor (hereinafter referred to as ‘IGA’) must be held by employees employed as internal auditors in internal auditing services or contractual workers of outsourcers for internal auditing of direct and indirect users of the national budget or of the budgets of local communities.
The tasks of internal auditors include especially the monitoring and evaluation of established internal risk control and management, and assistance with the improvement of the operations of budget users.
The title of an internal government auditor may be acquired by a person who meets the prescribed conditions and has passed the training programme to acquire the title of an internal government auditor.
A certificate of the acquired title of an IGA may also be acquired by a person who has acquired the title of a government auditor on the basis of the Court of Auditors Act, has passed the additional test for acquisition of the title of an IGA, and has successfully defended the final thesis.