The Department of Internal Audits

The Department of Internal Audits is one of the main Departments of Ministry of Justice of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. This department was established within the structure (tashkeel) of 1384 of this ministry, on the basis of approval no. (8), 1383 of the High Council of Ministers. The Department of Internal Audits, in accordance with the approved plan of the Ministry of Justice, works in coordination with Supreme Audit Office.

The Department of Internal Audit has three Sub departments and one Sub admin Directorate:

  • Board of Auditors Sub department; this sub department in its structure has 16 posts and has four members of internal audits.

  • Monitoring and Control Sub department; this sub department in its structure has three posts and four members of monitoring and control.

  • Analysis and Compiling Reports Sub department; this sub department in its structure has two posts and four board members of analysis and reports.

  • Sub admin directorate; this sub admin directorate in it structure has an administrator and an administrative clerk.

Objectives of the Department of Internal Audits:

  • To ensure professional, financial, and administrative performance of the departments under the ministry.

  • To effectively supervise and control professional, financial and administrative matters.

  • To realize the modality of developed plans of the subordinate offices.

  • To protect public assets through monitoring and control.

  • To identify ineffective, unprofitable and unfair activities of the subordinate offices and to suggest for correction of defects.

Major tasks of the Department of Internal Audits:

  • To draft and design the audit plan.

  • To inspect and implement the prepared plans.

  • To setup regulations, procedures and guidance for the better implementation of provisions of laws.

  • To ensure compliance with administrative standards of the High Audit Office and other International high organizations of audit, taking the provisions of law, into account.

  • To publish reports, as required and asked for by the competent authorities of the ministry.