09.00 Introduction by Beinta Dam & Kim Klarskov Jeppesen

09.15 Riksrevisjonen’s experience with machine learning in auditing, Jan Roar Beckstrøm, Riksrevisjonen

09.45 Digitalization of audit evidence in the annual audits, Thomas Bugge Hansen & Anton Johansen, Rigsrevisionen

10.15 Coffee break

10.30 Audit Data Analytics in Public Sector Audit, Kim Klarskov Jeppesen, Copenhagen Business School

11.00 Auditing algorithms, Jan Roar Beckstrøm, Riksrevisjonen

11.30 Debate on the potential and consequences of digitalization of public sector audit, Moderator Kim Klarskov Jeppesen

12.00 Lunch

13.00 Comparing the Danish and Canadian SAI’s strategies to achieve neutrality and legitimacy in their performance audits, Peter Triantafillou, Roskilde University

13.30 NPM: Can we get too much governance, control and standardisation? Kristin Reichborn-Kjennerud, Oslo Metropolitan University

14.00 The audit, control and evaluation in the public sector - implications of hybrid governance, Jarmo Vakkuri, Tampere University

14.30 Trust-based public management and its implications for audit, inspection and evaluation, Louise Bringselius, Lund University

15.00 Coffee break

15.15 SAIs and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Rolf Elm-Larsen

15.45 MP Firefighting and the institutional logic, Hallbera West, University of the Faroe Islands

16.15 The future of public sector audit, Åge Johnsen, Oslo Metropolitan University; Kim K. Jeppesen, CBS;
Jarmo Vakkuri, Tampere University

16.30 Debate on the presented organizational aspects of public sector audit, Moderator Åge Johnsen

16.55 Concluding remarks by Beinta Dam and Kim Klarskov Jeppesen

17.00 Conference closed