The Court of Accounts verifies the formation, administration and use of state and public sector financial resources
At the request of the Chamber of Deputies or the Senate, the Court of Accounts verifies the management of public resources and submits the findings to Parliament
The Court draws up and approves an annual activity program, according to which it carries out financial, compliance and performance audit missions
The Audit Authority is the only national authority responsible for the external public audit of the use of European non-reimbursable funds

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Agreement for Capacity Building in IT Audit between the Romanian Court of Accounts and the Turkish Court of Accounts Find out more

Agreement for Capacity Building in IT Audit between the Romanian Court of Accounts and the Turkish Court of Accounts

18 Feb 2021

Increasing the institutional capacity of the Romanian Court of Accounts and the ability to interact with the external environment Find out more

Increasing the institutional capacity of the Romanian Court of Accounts and the ability to interact with the external environment

21 Jan 2020

The Romanian Court of Accounts is present at the EUROSAI - AFROSAI Joint Seminar on Find out more

The Romanian Court of Accounts is present at the EUROSAI - AFROSAI Joint Seminar on "The exchange of experience regarding the SDG’s (Strategic Development Goals) audit - a perspective from different regions"

25 Nov 2019

Internships for students, in online format

About The Romanian Court of Accounts

The Court of Accounts was created during the reformation of Romania, under Prince Alexandru Ioan Cuza, in the context of modernizing the country and synchronizing Romanian civilization with the Western European model. Thus, on January 8, 1864, the Assembly of Deputies voted the law for the establishment of the High Court of Accounts, an institution created after the French and Belgian model. 84 years after its establishment, respectively in 1948, the communist system abolished the Court of Accounts, to re-establish it in 1973, under the name of the Supreme Court of Financial Control. With the 1989 Revolution and the restoration of democratic principles, the re-establishment of the Court of Accounts, following the models established at European level, became a necessity. Thus, starting with 1993, the supreme audit institution in Romania begins to function, an independent institution which, like the High Court of Accounts from 1864-1948, exercises both subsequent and preventive control over the way public money is spent.