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Zhejiang Provincial Audit Department
Date:2020-09-01 09:26

Zhejiang Provincial Audit Bureau was established in December 1983 and was renamed as Zhejiang Provincial Audit Department in April 1995. It is a department of the Provincial Government and is in charge of the audit work in the province.

 

The Office of the Audit Commission of Zhejiang Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China is settled in Zhejiang Provincial Audit Department.

 

Name: Zhejiang Provincial Audit Department

Address and Postcode: No. 555, Tiyuchang Road, Hangzhou, 310007

Public Telephone: (0571)87051610 (0571)87055433

Supervision Telephone: (0571)87056562

Service E-mail: ssjt@zj.gov.cn

Website: http://sjt.zj.gov.cn/

 

Main responsibilities:

 

(1) Taking charge of the audit work in the province: being responsible for auditing and supervising the authenticity, legality and effectiveness of provincial fiscal revenues and expenditures and financial revenues and expenditures that fall within the scope of audit supervision by laws and regulations, implementing full audit coverage of public funds, state-owned assets, state-owned resources and the performance of economic responsibilities of leaders, auditing natural resources and assets on leaders in the middle and at end of their service, and following up and auditing the implementation of relevant major national and provincial policies and measures; being responsible for the results of audits, special audit investigations, and verification of the audit reports of social audit agencies, and having the responsibility to urge the audited units to make corrections.

 

(2) Drafting local laws and regulations on audit administration: formulating audit policies; formulating and organizing the implementation of plans for audit in professional fields; participating in the drafting of local fiscal, economic and other related laws and regulations; conducting audit evaluations in accordance with the law on matters subject to direct audit, investigation and verification, and making audit decisions or making audit recommendations.

 

(3) Submitting audit reports on the annual provincial budget implementation and other fiscal revenues and expenditures to the Audit Commission of the Provincial Party Committee; submitting audit reports on the annual provincial budget implementation and other fiscal revenues and expenditures to the Provincial Government and the National Audit Office; entrusted by the Provincial Government, submitting audit reports on the annual provincial budget implementation and other fiscal revenues and expenditures, and reports on the corrections on the audited problems to the Standing Committee of the Provincial People's Congress; reporting to the Provincial Party Committee and the Provincial Government the status and results of other audits and special audit investigations; publicizing the audit results to the public in accordance with the law; notifying the relevant audit status and results to the Provincial Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Provincial Supervisory Commission, the relevant departments of the Provincial Party Committee and the Provincial Government, and the party committees and governments of the prefecture cities.

 

(4) Directly auditing the following matters, issuing audit reports, and making audit decisions within the scope of statutory powers, including: the implementation of major national and provincial policies and measures; provincial budget implementation and other fiscal revenues and expenditures, and budget implementation, final accounts, and other fiscal revenues and expenditures of provincial departments (including directly affiliated units); budget implementation, final accounts, and other fiscal revenues and expenditures of the people's governments of prefecture cities, and provincial fiscal transfer payment funds; financial revenues and expenditures of public institutions and social organizations that use provincial fiscal funds; budget implementation and final accounts of construction projects of provincial investment and dominated by provincial investment, and the capital management and use, and construction and operation of major public projects in the province; natural resource management, pollution prevention and treatment, and ecological protection and restoration; domestic and overseas assets, liabilities, and profits and losses of provincial state-owned enterprises and financial institutions, and enterprises and financial institutions where provincial state-owned capital is dominant as specified by the Provincial Government, and the financial revenues and expenditures of overseas provincial non-business institutions; the financial revenues and expenditures of social security funds, social donations, and other funds and capitals; financial aid and loan projects from international organizations and foreign governments; other matters that should be audited by the Provincial Audit Office as required by laws and regulations.

 

(5) Auditing the economic responsibilities and natural resources and assets in the middle and at the end of service of leaders managed by the provincial authority and  the persons mainly in charge of other units that are subject to audit supervision by the Provincial Audit Department in accordance with the regulations.

 

(6) Organizing special audit investigations into specific matters related to provincial fiscal revenues and expenditures, such as the implementation of financial laws, regulations, policies, and macro-control measures, provincial fiscal budget management, state-owned asset management and use, etc.

 

(7) Inspecting the implementation of audit decisions in accordance with the law, urging the rectification of the problems found in audit, handling administrative reconsideration and litigation raised by the audited unit or relevant matters in the provincial government’s rulings, in accordance with the law, and assisting relevant departments in investigating and handling relevant major cases.

 

(8) Guiding and supervising internal audit work, and verifying audit reports issued by social audit institutions to those who are subject to audit supervision in accordance with the law.

 

(9) Jointly leading local audit institutions with the Party committees and governments of prefecture cities; leading and supervising the business of audit institutions in cities and counties in accordance with the law, organizing city and county audit institutions to conduct special audits or audit investigations on specific projects, and correcting or instructing these institutions to correct audit decisions violating national regulations; in accordance with the authority of  managing leaders, assisting in managing those in charge of city and county audit agencies.

 

(10) Participating in international exchanges and cooperation in the field of audit, and guiding and promoting the application of information technology in the field of audit.

 

(11) Completing other tasks assigned by the Provincial Party Committee, the Provincial Government and National Audit Office.

 

(12) Transforming functions: further improving the audit management system, strengthening the overall planning of audit work in the province, clarifying the functions of audit institutions at all levels in the province, straightening out internal responsibilities, optimizing the allocation of audit resources, enriching and strengthening the front-line audit forces, and building a centralized, unified, comprehensively-covering, authoritative and efficient audit supervision system; optimizing the audit mechanism, adhering to empowering audit with science and technology, improving business processes, improving working methods, strengthening communication and coordination with relevant departments, fully mobilizing internal audit and social audit forces, and enhancing the joint force of supervision.





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