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Strengthening OAG capacities in procurement audits
This project finances capacity strengthening of the Office of Audit General on the value for money and compliance auditing in the field of procurement, through trainings and capacity building.
This project is funded through the Strengthening Accountability and the Fiduciary Environment European Union Single-Donor Trust Fund.
Contact: Jonida Myftiu
Title: Financial Management Specialis
Tel: 5246+4158 /
Contact: Manjola Malo
Title: Procurement Specialist
Tel: 5246+4165 /
Name: Ministry of Finance
Contact: Alban Fetahu
Name: Office of the Auditor General
Contact: Besnik Osmani
Title: General Auditor
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