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<span>Auditing</span> Department Auditing Department

Auditing Department

The Department of Auditing is one of the most important components of the administrative and financial system of all state institutions, as it guarantees the protection of various resources from waste, loss and misuse, as well as provides accurate financial data, instructions and regulations for the company to comply with the rules.

The department consists of:

 1- General accounts section

A - Budget unit:

 It is concerned with all the accounts included in the budget accounts and the result calculations and following up, monitoring and analyzing the financial accounts before and after entering the automated accounting system in the company.

B - Assets and Costs Unit

It is concerned with following up and monitoring all the company's tangible and intangible assets and following up their entry in the records starting from the purchase process until their deletion from the records, as well as preserving them as they are of great importance in the continuity of the company's work, as well as costs are a type of control over the total financial accounts and knowledge of efficiency in the implementation of production processes.

2 - Exchange and Advances Section

It is concerned with auditing all financial transactions before and after disbursement operations in terms of the safety of the process from the legal authority and its compliance with the instructions in force. As for the advances, the implementation of the works related to the advances and the validity of the financial operations are followed up and the release of receivables according to the implementation rates and according to the special powers and instructions for each type of advances.

  1. Salaries and incentives section

It intended to audit and follow up the payments of financial dues (salaries, allocations of all kinds, overtime hours, wages ... etc.)

  1. Contract unit

It is concerned with auditing all procedures related to the implementation of contracts and orders according to the laws and instructions in force, following up all obligations arising from the implementation of contracts and orders, and following up the release of financial dues after ensuring the safety of the situation from the relevant authorities and according to instructions.