is the citizen feedback portal of the Republic of the Philippines’ Commission on Audit.
Report a case or volunteer to be a citizen auditor here.
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Audit report and briefs
What we did, how we did it, and what we found out in our joint audits.
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Walk through developing your competencies on CPA.
CPA is an experiment in progress. This is how we are doing it.
Get a copy of CPA memorandum, guidelines and policy framework.
This is i-Kwenta
This website is the official public repository of the CPA project. In here, you will find updates, stories and learning materials that captures the participatory audit experience in the Philippines.I-Kwenta also hosts a public platform for citizens to report concenrs, as well as to take part in an actual participatory audit process in the country.
My Great Detour
Bienvenido “Bobo” Narciso had other plans – until he realized he was being set up for something else.
COA urging citizens to participate in Open Government Audit Process
23 November 2012. Manila Bulletin. MANILA, Philippines —The Commission on Audit (COA) will tap citizens help to ensure a more transparent and open audit process. Read more…
Commission on Audit urging citizens help to ensure a more transparent and open audit process
24 November 2012. PinoyRepublic.TV. The Commission on Audit (COA) will urge citizens to participate in open Gov’t audit process. This year, the 113-year-old Commission on Audit of the Philippines (COA) takes on the novel challenge of more transparency and accountability… Read more…
Robredo Institute participates in Citizen Participatory Audit Workshop
11 October 2013. Robredo Institute. The DLSU Jesse M. Robredo Institute of Governance (Robredo Institute) participated in a Citizen Participatory Audit workshop last November 19-21, 2012. Read more…