Audit Bureau

The Bureau of General Auditing was set up in 1953 (1373 AH) with the crucial task of monitoring the performance of the executive units of government in order to ensure that the state's revenues were correctly used and efficiently deployed in the implementation of the development programs for the general benefit of society.

The Bureau, which was formed as a subsidiary of the Council of Ministers, was made up of four departments:

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