PAOs Engaging with the Public Sector – Case Study 4: Sri Lanka
The CAPA Public Sector Financial Management Committee (PSFMC) developed a publication titled ‘‘Professional Accountancy Organisations – Engaging with the Public Sector’ with an aim to identify the current extent and nature of the accountancy profession’s engagement with the public sector, and to encourage professional accountancy organisations (PAOs) to consider increasing their level of engagement. A series of case studies was later proposed as a follow-up to the publication to provide examples of how PAOs around the world have successfully ‘engaged with the public sector’ and the benefits derived from the engagement.
This case study from Sri Lanka this case study illustrates how a national PAO in Sri Lanka made a strategic decision to extend its activities into the public sector, including the organisational arrangements established to deliver these activities.
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