THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNAL AUDITORS INDONESIA (IIA Indonesia) is a non-profit professional organisation dedicated to the advancement and the development of the internal audit profession in Indonesia. Established in 1989 as a Chapter of The Institute of Internal Auditors Inc, USA and elevated to the status of a National Institute in 2008 when our membership exceeded 500.
“Progress Through Sharing”
The Institute maintains its motto “Progress Through Sharing” and in keeping with the spirit of sharing, we make it our responsibility to share with our members information on new trends, latest internal audit techniques, regulatory and statutory requirements and the emerging issues affecting the profession.
Affiliation to The IIA Headquarter, USA
IIA Indonesia is affiliated to The Institute of Internal Auditors Inc (The IIA), USA, a worldwide body founded in 1941 by a small group of dedicated internal auditors who wanted an organization that would represent their profession and provide educational activities and standards for the professional practice of internal auditing. Through our affiliation our members are able to share in a collective wisdom of more than 170,000 members in over 165 countries and territories.
The members of the IIA benefit from:
- Membership certificate and card
- “Internal Auditor” magazine
- Bi-monthly newsletter
- Conferences and seminars
- Auditor “roundtable” sessions
- Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) exam
- Other professional qualifications
- Standards for professional practice
- Standards for code of ethics
- Leading edge research
- Educational products
- Representation on emerging issues
- Valuable contacts
- Quality Assurance Review (QAR) service
- Referral Service.
Vision, Mission, and Objectives
To be the national voice of the internal audit profession: Advocating its value, promoting best practice, and providing exceptional service to its members.
To provide dynamic leadership for the global profession of internal auditing. Activities in support of this mission will include:
- Advocating and promoting the value that internal audit professionals add to their organisations;
- Providing comprehensive professional educational and development opportunities; standards and other professional practice guidance; and certification programmes;
- Researching, disseminating, and promoting to practitioners and stakeholders knowledge concerning internal auditing and its appropriate role in control, risk management, and governance;
- Educating practitioners and other relevant audiences on best practices in internal auditing; and
- Bringing together internal auditors to share information and experiences.
The IIA’s strategic objectives are in response to the most important issues facing internal auditing in Indonesia today and in the future.
The objectives are:
Strategic Priority No. 1 – Raise Awareness
Raise awareness of internal auditing in Indonesia with both private and government organizations, and promote internal auditors as adding significant value to these organizations.
Strategic Priority No. 2 – Increase Number Of IIA-Indonesia Members
Increase number of IIA-Indonesia members through promotion of the IIA and internal auditing.
Strategic Priority No. 3 – Increase Number Of CIAs
Increase number of Certified Internal Auditors (CIAs) in Indonesia by assisting IIA-Indonesia members and other internal auditors in successfully completing the CIA exam.
Strategic Priority No. 4 – Provide Training And Education
Provide training and education in Indonesia to IIA members and other internal auditors, together with other educational products.