After the “citizen platform”, here is the platform for whistleblowers: the Court of Auditors will put a site online on Tuesday intended to collect reports, announced its first president Pierre Moscovici.
The Court of Auditors wants to be more open to whistleblowers, all those who can turn to us to report undue situations, which can be sanctioned, explained Paris to the former Minister of Finance, invited to speak Monday before the Association of Economic and Financial Journalists (Ajef).
Management of public contracts, subsidies, remuneration, conflicts of interest: in our field of competence, whistleblowers will be able to report anonymously irregular situations likely to give rise to checks by financial magistrates, he explained.
This new platform is part of the Financial Jurisdictions 2025 plan, driven by Pierre Moscovici, which aims to open up the rue Cambon institution and the Regional Audit Chambers (CRC) to citizens.
Last spring, the Court thus opened a platform allowing citizens to suggest public policies that they believe deserve to be controlled by the institution.
Six work themes (recourse by the State to consulting firms, tax evasion by individuals, among others) have been retained by the financial magistrates, who aim to publish the six dedicated reports during the year 2023.
On Monday, Pierre Moscovici also displayed his ambition to make the Court a more agile and faster house.
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In office since June 2020, the first president wants to reduce the deadlines for producing reports from seventeen to eight months by 2025.
Finally, he insisted on the importance of collaboration between the Court and the CRCs.
National and local are two sides of the same coin. Our program (of work, Ed) is an integrated program, so much so that our public report 2023 will focus on decentralization, announced Pierre Moscovici.
Usually published in February, this annual report will be the first entirely co-produced by the Court and the CRCs, he said.