Study Trips

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Learning Journey to New Zealand Treasury

9 – 15 November 2015

In November 2015, AGD embarked on a learning journey to New Zealand Treasury in Wellington. The visit gave us the..

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VFM Study Trip 2015

21 – 25 September 2015

A delegation from the Value-for-Money (VFM) Review Office went on a study trip to Europe, spanning 4..

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15th IMF Public Debt Management Forum

11 – 12 June 2015

AGD officers attended the 15th IMF Public Debt Management forum, where officials from 42 advanced and..

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Institute of Internal Auditor (IIA) 2016 International Conference

17 – 20 July 2016

AGD attended the Institute of Internal Auditor (IIA) 2016 International Conference held from 17 to 20 July 2016 at New York. The theme for this year’s Conference was “Internal Audit Rising …

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Overseas Study Trip 2016

10th Overseas Study Visit Programme to Guangzhou

15 - 20 May 2016

AGD is glad to be part of the team to attend the 10th Overseas Study Visit Programme to Guangzhou ..

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15th IMF Public Debt Management Forum

11 – 12 June 2015

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AGD officers attended the 15th IMF Public Debt Management forum, where officials from 42 advanced and emerging market economies and international financial institutions met at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) IMF Headquarters in Washington D.C. to discuss issues relevant for public debt management. The forum allows debt managers, IMF officials and other participants to connect challenges facing debt markets to broader macroeconomic and financial stability developments.

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VFM Study Trip 2015

21-25 September 2015

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A delegation from the Value-for-Money (VFM) Review Office went on a study trip to Europe, spanning 4 different countries in 5 days – London (UK), Luxembourg, Vienna (Austria), and Stockholm (Sweden). The team visited 10 different agencies, including the UK National Audit Office, the European Court of Auditors, and the Swedish National Audit Office, to learn from international best practice in the area of VFM reviews.

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Learning Journey to New Zealand Treasury

9 – 15 November 2015

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In November 2015, AGD embarked on a learning journey to New Zealand Treasury in Wellington. The visit gave us the opportunity to strengthen our knowledge in the field of data analytics, debt management and value-for-money (VFM) reviews. Through the seminars and interactions with our New Zealander peers, we better understood how data analytics help shape their nation's policies. Our hosts also shared with us their experience in conducting value for performance audits and also the aspect of improving the management of risk associated with the Government debt portfolio.

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10th Overseas Study Visit Programme to Guangzhou

15 - 20 May 2016

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AGD is glad to be part of the team to attend the 10th Overseas Study Visit Programme to Guangzhou. Guangzhou is the one of the pioneering cities of Chinese economic, social and political innovations. The programme provided many opportunities to interact and network with local officials and academics on issues ranging from economic, social and cultural to urban development. The team also visited the Guangzhou Knowledge City and met with Singaporeans residing in China.

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Institute of Internal Auditor (IIA) 2016 International Conference

17 - 20 July 2016

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AGD attended the Institute of Internal Auditor (IIA) 2016 International Conference held from 17 to 20 July 2016 at New York. The theme for this year’s Conference was “Internal Audit Rising … 75 Years of Progress Through Sharing”. During the conference, participants were treated to insightful sessions covering diverse topics from integrated reporting, risk management and ethics to other pressing issues such as cyber security and technology risks.

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