The innovation of government is based on the reflection of the past and pursuing change for the future. Moreover, it is required for the recognition about inefficiency in the government. Though the government have proceeded the innovation with cognition about inefficiency in the habitual practices and necessity about innovation in the government, the outcome is not significant.
This research considered that one of the reason for the unsatisfactory performance and one of the difficulties to promote the innovation of the government is audit system.
Conflicting with innovation, audit system aims to check the responsibility and lawfulness in the public administration, this ideological conflict makes the difficulties when the innovational trial is done. Therefore, it is really required to study for the audit system encouraging government innovation. In this
research, the primary factors to hinder the innovational activity under the current audit system are considered and how to change the institution is suggested.
The main factors in the audit system to obstruct driving innovation are like these : Strict audit regulation about budget, Lack of flexibility in the interpretation of law, Auditing practices toward pointing out past problem, Laying stress on the process.
As a result of the survey for the improvement of the current audit system, most of the civil servants recognized that innovation program should be allowed exception to the auditing.
Additionally, performance audit system should be expanded in the work of innovation and self auditing should be encouraged.
The relationship between audit agency and government agency is also required to be changed. In order to change these things, organizing council with audit agency, using the result of innovation evaluation, encouraging self audit system, and managing preliminary consultation system for the innovation
program are suggested.
정부혁신을 지원하는 감사 추진방안에 관한 연구(A study on the audit system encouraging government innovation)
서울 : 한국행정연구원
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Government and Law < Public Administration|