Funkcja doradcza audytu wewnętrznego w procesie zarządzania jednostką sektora finansów publicznych
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The idea of the internal audit is relatively new in the polish public administration. Introduction of this process was imposed by the european law on the one hand and on the other hand by the requirement to rationalize activities and management capacity of the public administration. The author draws our attention to the main differences between a classical control and an internal audit. Furthermore he explains and describes in details all characteristics of the internal and external audit. Finally he presents the advisor role of an internal audit in the area of the management of the financial sector funds. Traditionally the internal audit was concentrated primarily on evaluation of the internal control system in institution. The new approach is based on a risk analysis, which is described as the elementary tool of planning and management. The author emphasizes the importance of this modern audit in the management of public resources, especially a significant role which the internal audit will play in the process of the European Union Funds' management.