New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday asked auditor CAG to develop technical tools to check fraud in government departments and play a role in making India a $5 trillion economy.
He was addressing a conclave of the Comptroller of Auditor General on transforming audit and assurance in a digital world.
CAG audits several Int’l organisations and provides technical support to other countries as well.
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"CAG should look for innovative methods to deal with occupational fraud," he said, adding that the auditor can play a role in improving governance and efficiency.
Modi said the government wants to move to evidence-backed policy-making by 2022 and the CAG can play a role by becoming a think tank and focusing on big data analysis.
"Our target is to make evidence-based policymaking a part of governance by 2022," he said, while stressing that India is gearing to become a $5 trillion economy.
He asked the CAG to develop technical tools to root out frauds in departments.
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Updated Date: Nov 21, 2019 18:48:59 IST