Internal Control System for Government Agencies


Internal control is a part of each system used as procedures and guidelines for the operational implementation of a specific company or organization. Meanwhile, the internal control system is a collection of integrated internal controls that are interconnected and mutually supportive. According to Government Regulation No. 60 of 2008, the internal control system is defined as an integral process of actions and activities carried out continuously by leaders and all employees to provide adequate assurance of achieving organizational goals through effective and efficient activities, the reliability of financial reporting, the safeguarding of state assets, and compliance with regulations.

Keywords: internal control system, government agencies.

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