Diseño de un Plan de Auditoría Interna para la Administración de los Bienes Muebles en las Instituciones del Gobierno Central República Dominicana, Caso: Ministerio de Educación

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Europe University of Atlantic > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Cerrado Español En la República Dominicana los gobiernos invierten cuantiosas sumas de recursos financieros (miles de millones de pesos) para la adquisición de Bienes Muebles, con la finalidad de satisfacer las necesidades de los ciudadanos y permitir el funcionamiento de las diferentes instituciones que componen el Sector Público Dominicano. La realidad, es que se evidencia una debilidad importante en lo referente al Control Interno de los activos fijos, ya que el Órgano Rector del Sistema Nacional del Control Interno (La Contraloría General de la República), no participa en la toma de inventario físico de bienes muebles, además de que no posee un Plan de Auditoría en sus Unidades de Auditoría Interna (UAI) que, le permita evaluar con fiabilidad los inventarios de bienes públicos.Para la consecución de efectivas actividades de control, resulta de gran importancia implementar un plan de auditoría Interna para el control de los Bienes Muebles en las Instituciones del Gobierno Central, que facilite la certificación de las cifras que se exponen en los Estados Financieros del gobierno, como parte integral del Estado de Recaudación e Inversión de las Rentas.Esta investigación se realiza en función de la realidad dominicana, respecto al deficiente Control de los bienes muebles que impera en las instituciones públicas, bajo los lineamientos de la Administración Financiera Gubernamental como paradigma cultural.Para la determinación de los variables que impactan en el control de los activos, se diseñó y aplicó una encuesta dirigida fundamentalmente a los contadores en las instituciones del Gobierno Central, técnicos de la Dirección General de Contabilidad Gubernamental, de la Administración General de Bienes Nacionales, la Contraloría General de la República y el Ministerio de Educación, institución en la cual se sustentó la investigación.Los datos fueron tabulados electrónicamente, analizados, además de tomar como referencia los Estados Financieros del Gobierno Central para los ejercicios fiscales 2018 y 2017, a fin de determinar el nivel de registro de bienes muebles por parte del Ministerio de Educación, que permita el desarrollo de un adecuado plan de auditoría, considerando los riesgos de las actividades de control, para facilitar su programación en el tiempo y coordinación eficiente, para el logro de sus objetivos. Sobre la base de los resultados, se pudo comprobar que el sistema de control interno implementado por la Contraloría General de la República en las instituciones del Gobierno Central, en cada uno de sus componentes, carece de una programada planificación de auditorías posteriores, que permitan evaluar la fiabilidad de las cifras que se presentan a través del Estado de Recaudación e Inversión de las Rentas, documento de rendición de cuentas que debe presentar el Poder Ejecutivo a la Cámara de Cuentas y al Congreso Nacional, por tanto, el plan de auditoria propuesto, deberá permitir la realización de actividades de control periódicas, la supervisión y comunicación permanente de sus resultados y presentación de datos contables razonables. metadata Hierro Nuñez, Wandy mail whierron@hotmail.com (2022) Diseño de un Plan de Auditoría Interna para la Administración de los Bienes Muebles en las Instituciones del Gobierno Central República Dominicana, Caso: Ministerio de Educación. Masters thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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En la República Dominicana los gobiernos invierten cuantiosas sumas de recursos financieros (miles de millones de pesos) para la adquisición de Bienes Muebles, con la finalidad de satisfacer las necesidades de los ciudadanos y permitir el funcionamiento de las diferentes instituciones que componen el Sector Público Dominicano. La realidad, es que se evidencia una debilidad importante en lo referente al Control Interno de los activos fijos, ya que el Órgano Rector del Sistema Nacional del Control Interno (La Contraloría General de la República), no participa en la toma de inventario físico de bienes muebles, además de que no posee un Plan de Auditoría en sus Unidades de Auditoría Interna (UAI) que, le permita evaluar con fiabilidad los inventarios de bienes públicos.Para la consecución de efectivas actividades de control, resulta de gran importancia implementar un plan de auditoría Interna para el control de los Bienes Muebles en las Instituciones del Gobierno Central, que facilite la certificación de las cifras que se exponen en los Estados Financieros del gobierno, como parte integral del Estado de Recaudación e Inversión de las Rentas.Esta investigación se realiza en función de la realidad dominicana, respecto al deficiente Control de los bienes muebles que impera en las instituciones públicas, bajo los lineamientos de la Administración Financiera Gubernamental como paradigma cultural.Para la determinación de los variables que impactan en el control de los activos, se diseñó y aplicó una encuesta dirigida fundamentalmente a los contadores en las instituciones del Gobierno Central, técnicos de la Dirección General de Contabilidad Gubernamental, de la Administración General de Bienes Nacionales, la Contraloría General de la República y el Ministerio de Educación, institución en la cual se sustentó la investigación.Los datos fueron tabulados electrónicamente, analizados, además de tomar como referencia los Estados Financieros del Gobierno Central para los ejercicios fiscales 2018 y 2017, a fin de determinar el nivel de registro de bienes muebles por parte del Ministerio de Educación, que permita el desarrollo de un adecuado plan de auditoría, considerando los riesgos de las actividades de control, para facilitar su programación en el tiempo y coordinación eficiente, para el logro de sus objetivos. Sobre la base de los resultados, se pudo comprobar que el sistema de control interno implementado por la Contraloría General de la República en las instituciones del Gobierno Central, en cada uno de sus componentes, carece de una programada planificación de auditorías posteriores, que permitan evaluar la fiabilidad de las cifras que se presentan a través del Estado de Recaudación e Inversión de las Rentas, documento de rendición de cuentas que debe presentar el Poder Ejecutivo a la Cámara de Cuentas y al Congreso Nacional, por tanto, el plan de auditoria propuesto, deberá permitir la realización de actividades de control periódicas, la supervisión y comunicación permanente de sus resultados y presentación de datos contables razonables.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Auditoria de bienes, activos gobierno central, rendición de cuentas, bienes muebles, SIAB.
Subjects: Subjects > Social Sciences
Subjects > Teaching
Divisions: Europe University of Atlantic > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Ibero-american International University > Teaching > Final Master Projects
Date Deposited: 10 Nov 2023 23:30
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2023 23:30
URI: https://repositorio.uneatlantico.es/id/eprint/1874

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