The International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) operates as an umbrella organization for the external government audit community. INTOSAI is an autonomous, independent and non-political organization.
INTOSAI has four main Committees which are the vehicles for the achievement of its four strategic goals. These Committees are;
Professional Standards Committee (PSC)
Capacity Building Committee (CBC)
Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Services Committee (KSC)
Policy, Finance and Administrative Committee (PFAC)
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India is chair of INTOSAI Committee on Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Services – (KSC) and its Steering Committee. Eleven Working Groups and One Task Force. The Working Groups/Task Forces are devoted to preparing guidance and best practices on audit of specialized areas. The KSC main committee today has 125 members and four observers. Details are available at the website of Knowledge Sharing Committee http://www.intosaicommunity.net/staticpages/aboutUs
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India is also chair of the INTOSAI Working Group on IT Audit (WGITA) and INTOSAI Compliance Audit Subcommittee. The Working Group on IT Audit (WGITA) was created in 1989 to address interests of SAIs in the area of IT Audit. WGITA aims to support SAIs in developing their knowledge and skills in the use and audit of information technology by providing information and facilities for exchange of experiences, and encouraging bilateral and regional cooperation. Presently, WGITA has 51 members and four observers. Details are available at http://www.intosaicommunity.net/wgita
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India is member of other INTOSAI Goal committees, ten INTOSAI Working Groups, two INTOSAI Subcommittees, two INTOSAI Task Forces and one INTOSAI Donor Cooperation Steering Committee.