Stay informed on accountability: General Audit Chamber updates website
Philipsburg – The General Audit Chamber is pleased to announce the launch of its updated website, designed to improve transparency and public engagement in the auditing process. The independent institution is responsible for ensuring that taxpayer funds are spent lawfully and efficiently.
The new website features four easy-to-use buttons on the homepage, which allow users to navigate to the latest reports, search the database of past reports, take a survey to provide feedback, and visit their interactive environment where you can experience firsthand what the General Audit Chamber does, what they investigate and how your tax money is spent.
"We believe that transparency and public engagement are essential to our work," said the Chairman of the General Audit Chamber, Mr. Alphons Gumbs. "Our new website is an important step forward in achieving these goals. By making our work more accessible and understandable, we hope to encourage greater public participation in the auditing process."
The General Audit Chamber's new website is designed to be user-friendly and accessible to all. Whether you are a taxpayer, government employee, or member of the public, the website provides valuable information and resources to help you better understand the General Audit Chamber's work.
"We encourage everyone to visit our new website and explore its features. By doing so, you will gain a better understanding of how we work to ensure that your taxes are spent wisely and in compliance with the law," he concluded.
The General Audit Chamber is committed to serving the public and promoting transparency and accountability in government. The institution looks forward to continued engagement with the public through this platform. You can visit the website via www.arsxm.org and follow the General Audit Chamber on LinkedIn and Facebook.
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