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PASAI acknowledges the financial contributions and support from:

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Asian Development Bank

Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
INTOSAI Development Initiative
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New Zealand Aid Programme

World Bank
The Pacific Association of Supreme Audit Institutions (PASAI) is the official association of supreme audit institutions (government Audit Offices and similar organisations, known as SAIs) in the Pacific region. PASAI is one of the regional working groups belonging to the International Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI).

PASAI’s Strategic Plan for 2014-24

PASAI’s Strategic Plan for 2014-24 is now available here. PASAI appreciates the inputs from members, partners and stakeholders in the development of the strategy. For any clarifications on the strategy, please contact Eroni Vatuloka at .
Upcoming 18th PASAI Congress, Port Vila, Vanuatu (11-14 August, 2015)

The Pacific Association of Supreme Audit Institutions (PASAI) will be holding its 18th Congress in Port Vila, Vanuatu in August 2015. 

More details will be posted here as they come to hand.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact  Mr Eroni Vatuloka, Executive Director, PASAI at:


PASAI Annual Report 2013/14 released

2013-14 PASAI Annual Report (click this link)

PASAI has released its Annual Report 2013/2014. The Annual Report summarises the activities and achievements for 2013/2014 year. It highlights the two PASAI strategies and the outcomes achieved for the year, major activities we completed, results of our key programs, and the audited financial statements.
The 2013/2014 year was characterised by strategic thinking and PASAI’s Strategic Plan 2014–2024 is the result. Our new strategic plan has three critical foci:

  • It is SAI centric.
  • It puts auditing, particularly financial auditing, at the centre of our attention.
  • It adopts the INTOSAI Performance Measurement Framework.
    Accompanying this Strategic Plan is a prioritised and costed five-year Operational Plan. These three documents are each significant in their own right and collectively form a strong basis for PASAI’s future.
    The achievements under the previous strategy PRAI have continued over the year and the Annual Report sets out our progress and outcomes, including:
  • PASAI’s growing international reputation for co-operative audits, with new audits of public debt and climate change adaptation.
  • The positive results in Tuvalu and Kiribati under the Sub-Regional Audit Support Program.
  • The successful Congress in Guam including a visit to their landfill that was the subject of our first co-operative performance audit.
  • The commencement of our first co-operative financial audit on the topic of foreign-aided projects.
  • Successful workshops on professionalisation, the performance measurement framework, ISSAIs and international accounting standards.
    The report highlights members’ contributions to PASAI and achievements in 2013/2014 and acknowledges the support of our partners in helping us meet these achievements.


What's new

2014 December Quarterly Bulletin
The December 2014 Quarterly Bulletin is available to view






Upcoming events

  • 16–20 March 2015: Tier 2 in-country workshop, Tarawa, Kiribati
  • 15–16 April 2015: SAS Committee meeting, Auckland, New Zealand
  • 11–15 May 2015: Tier 3 in-country workshop, Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia
  • tbc: Tier 2 in-country training, Nukualofa, Tonga.
Other important dates for PASAI are:
  • 2–3 March 2015: 23rd UN-INTOSAI Symposium, Vienna, Austria
  • 4 March 2015: INTOSAI Strategic Planning Committee meeting, Vienna, Austria
  • 13–24 April 2015: IDI e-learning handbook meeting.