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:: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Oversight Organizations in Coping with Administrative and Financial Corruption (Case Study of the National Intelligence Organization)

Hamzeh Bahrami :: Master : : Unknown : : Unknown : : Managemet : : Islamic Azad university Arak branch :
Iraj Nouri :: PhD : : Unknown : : Assistant Professor : : Industrial Management : : Islamic Azad university Arak branch :
Habibollah Javanmard :: PhD : : Unknown : : Associate Professor : : Governmental management : : Islamic Azad university, Arak :

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of surveillance systems in countering administrative and financial corruption. It is important, therefore, that monitoring and inspection as two tools in the management system have a role of control, deterrence and correction, and an operation that ensures the proper implementation of its activities and compliance with laws and regulations, and to achieve its goals and objectives and The programs in each organization are required. The statistics of the current research community include all the inspection units of the country's total inspection organization. Sample size was selected by Cochran formula, which was equal to 243 inspectors. To collect data, a researcher-made questionnaire was used. The results showed that the National Audit Office has been effective in three financial indicators: financial recall of large transactions and holding tenders, identifying and analyzing bottlenecks and corrosive points, and adapting payments to employees by laws and regulations. In the financial indicators, audits Impartial, reducing financial misconduct and financial transparency has had the least effectiveness. ::

> Effectiveness, Supervision, Administrative and Financial, National Audit Office ::
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