RTA briefs Ministry of Health on governance practices

Thu 01-03-2018 17:45 PM

DUBAI, 1st March, 2018 (WAM) — The Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, in Dubai has received a delegation from the Ministry of Health and Prevention to brief them on the best corporate governance practices. The visit was in line with RTA’s strategy aimed at exchanging experience and knowledge with all entities of Dubai Government.

“The visit focused on reviewing governance and audit standards the RTA adopts to nurture an environment conducive to integrity, transparency, justice and accountability. The visit was intended to share corporate governance experience in the interest of both parties, and review the organisational chart of units overseeing and monitoring governance practices,” Abdullah Al Jawi, Director of RTA’s Internal Audit, said.

A presentation was delivered spotlighting governance audit responsibilities; which include internal control of strategic activities to identify the scope of auditing governance and integrating it into the annual audit plan. It covered counselling services to organisational units about issues related to audit and monitoring to ensure compliance with the applicable policies and regulations. It also screened policies and principles of corporate governance, internal audit policy, anti-fraud strategy, and ‘Al Hares’ Programme for reporting financial violations.

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