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                 • Checking of public institutions, local and regio- nal authorities and their institutions, public and parastatal enterprises, administrative and judicial liquidations as well as the organizations, institu- tions and religious or secular associations benefi- ting from financial aid, endorsements or guaran- tees from the State or other public legal entities in administrative, financial and strategic terms;
• Audit of the implementation of the State budget; • Audit of the implementation of the externally
financed projects;
• Evaluation of projects and programmes; • Computer controls;
• Technical, methodological and pedagogical support for the management of public wealth to structures of administrative audit and internal audit of other ministerial departments and public and parastatal bodies;
• Government assistance in the design, implemen- tation and evaluation of government programmes. In order for the State Supreme Audit Office to attain the objectives assigned to her, the President of the Republic may, upon decision, ask her to carry out specific auditing on companies and organizations, even private ones, which are of a strategic nature for the economy or national defense. In this case,
these audits relate to compliance and regularity, finance, performance and environment.
Since December 2004, the National Security began work with determination and tenacity to implement a roadmap assigned it by the Head of State, Supreme Head of the Police Forces. This roadmap instructs the hierarchy of the organ to work for the advent of an increasingly effective Police in its security missions for people and goods, respectful of the discipline and ethics, and consolidating citizen partnership with society. The ultimate goal is that the Police engages in the service of socio-economic and cultural development, and serves as a lever for attainment of Greater achievements of the President of the Republic.
Clearly, the conduct of such a mission cannot be obvious, particularly because of all the chal- lenges surrounding any desire for reform, the dose of psychology surrounding the perception of security issues and the controversy that usually exists between the urgent aspiration of society to peace and irrefutable evidence that the zero inse- curity is only a view of the mind.
However, the discussions initiated in order to increase the effectiveness of police services, was quickly identified as priorities actions to be under- taken, upgrading the police workforce both ethi- cally and through vocational training, the streng- thening of operational capabilities of the ser- vices, and the strengthening of bilateral, regional and multilateral police cooperation.
In terms of upgrading human capital, efforts have continued and intensified, building momentum on certainty that institutions have no value without quality workforce responsible to drive it. Elsewhere, given that discipline is the main strength of armies, the campaign to improve behaviors initiated within the Corps continued with firmness and responsibility, by the systematic stigmatization of indiscipline and rewarding merit. While it is unrealistic to claim that the dis- cipline has been confined so far, we cannot however fail to recognize that considerable pro- gress has been made, and in the minds the reign of impunity is definitely over.
Regarding vocational training, the strategy was to look reality in the face, to get as much as pos- sible the lessons from experiences of the past. In this respect an overhauling of training programs to suit the social and security environment of the moment was done. Moreover, priority was given to the organization and close monitoring of courses and seminars, rightly regarded as the most effective vectors of professionalism, sense of efficiency and respect for discipline.
The headquarters of the General Delegation to the National Security in Yaoundé

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