The symposium is the moment of the year when member administrations heads meet, with representatives of many international organisations, academics or experts in taxes.
Throughout one day and a half, participants think, exchange, debate about selected theme(s). In order to foster reflection, debates are preceded with round tables and presentations, in which take part AIST members and external experts (international organisations, academics…).
At the end of a symposium, a synthesis document is published, thus providing a list of recommandations presented at the end of tasks.
The symposium also is the opportunity to gather every year the AIST General Assembly.
Information Technology in Public Accounting Administrations
Learnings from the CoVID-19 crisis for public accounting administrations
Risk management in face of new public accounting challenges
Which tools to support decentralisation?
Payroll (and pensions) management: integrated or non-integrated management system, internal controls
Kuwait City (Kuwait)
Benefits of dematerialisation within the exercise of Treasury missions
Public expenditure management processes
The role of Treasury Services for a better governance of Public Finances
Abidjan (Ivory Coast)
Financial Management of local Governments
State accounting reform and cash management
Modernizing State and Public Finance
The effectiveness of Public Expenditure
The quality of Public Accounts
State accounting reforms and the new role of public accountants
Financial and accounting IT systems: what challenges, which solutions for the Treasury services
Public Internal Control and Risk Management: an essential Lever in Treasury Services and Public Accounting modernisation