Internal Audit Office

"Catalysts for improvement and guardians of stakeholders’ trust"

Lukasz Wieczerzak

Administrator

What does the Internal Audit office do?

The Internal Audit Office advises the Institute on dealing with risks, by issuing independent opinions on the quality of management and control systems, and by issuing recommendations to improve the conditions of the implementation of operations and to promote sound financial management.

The Internal Auditor is responsible for assessing the suitability and effectiveness of internal management systems and the performance of the services, in implementing policies, programmes and actions by reference to the risks associated with them and for assessing the efficiency and effectiveness of the internal control and audit systems applicable to each budgetary implementation operation.

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