22.4.2013 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) aimed at reliability of 2011 final accounts of the Ministry of Agriculture and scrutinized the financial statements. In the final accounts, auditors revealed inaccuracies in the total amount of CZK 1,200 million, which had mostly been caused by incorrect accounting of provided subsidies, which had to be accounted for in the following accounting period.
10.4.2013 - On April 3–5, 2013, a delegation from the Supreme Audit Office (SAO) led by the SAO’s president Miloslav Kala visited Bratislava, Slovakia, and attended the celebration of 20th anniversary of the Slovakian supreme audit institution (SAI).
8.4.2013 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) aimed at the Ministry of Health and state budget funds provided to four selected university hospitals for modernization projects within the period 2006–2011. The auditors scrutinized 14 construction works, which cost CZK 6,600 million, and purchases of medical devices in the amount of CZK 860 million.
27.3.2013 - On March 20–21, 2013, representatives of the Court of Accounts of the Republic of Moldova and the Moldovan Parliament visited the Supreme Audit Office (SAO) to research the topic "Cooperation between a supreme audit institution and the Parliament".
25.3.2013 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) aimed at constructions of railway junctions within the period 2009–2012. The auditing operation focused on several selected projects and was performed at Ministry of Transport, the State Fund for Transport Infrastructure, and the Railway Infrastructure Administration.
12.3.2013 - Delegates from the Supreme Audit Office (SAO) Mr Jiří Kalivoda, Member of the SAO Board, and Ms Michaela Rosecká were invited by Dr Josef Moser, Secretary General of the International Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) and President of the Austrian Court of Audit, to attend the 22nd UN/INTOSAI Symposium, which was held in Vienna, Austria, on March 5–7, 2013. The theme was "Audit and Advisory by SAIs: Risks and Opportunities, as well as Possibilities for Engaging Citizens".
11.3.2013 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) performed an audit of 10 selected offset programmes implemented by Ministry of Defence and Ministry of the Interior within the period 1999–2011. The offset programmes were aimed to support the Czech industry.
5.3.2013 - From 2nd February to 1st March, 2013, the Supreme Audit Office (SAO) was visited by a delegation from the supreme audit institution (SAI) of Poland led by Jacek Jezierski, President of SAI of Poland. Vice-President of the SAI of Poland Wojciech Kutyła was among members of the delegation from Poland as well. The delegates from the SAI of Poland were welcomed by Vice-President of the SAO Miloslav Kala and other representatives from the Czech SAO.
4.3.2013 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) audited the Ministry of Finance and scrutinized funds in the amount of CZK 2,400 million, which were spent on the system of State Treasure during the period 2008–2011. Auditors aimed at four operations included into the Programme for Integrated System of State Treasure.
25.2.2013 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) focused on the Ministry of Transport and their 2011 closing account. The audit aimed at the closing account’s compliance with the relevant regulations. Auditors concluded that the Ministry had failed to keep proper and conclusive accounts as the records of intangible assets were incomplete and the Ministry had skipped the regular inventorying.
11.2.2013 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) performed an audit of the State income from fines that are imposed by territorial financial authorities according to Act on Accounting and by courts in relation to the management of the Collection of Documents. Among the audited bodies were the Central Financial and Tax Directorate and 17 selected financial directorates.
21.1.2013 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) scrutinized the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) and its management of funds, which were utilized for IT purchases, operating, and maintenance within the period 2005–2011. Auditors scrutinized expenses in the total amount of CZK 2,300 million and focused on projects that were overall described as “MoA Network Integration“. Auditors concluded that the Ministry had violated several laws. The Ministry made serious errors when procured IT worth nearly CZK 1,000 million.
7.1.2013 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) performed an audit of funds allotted to eight selected psychiatric hospitals within the period 2010 and 2011. Auditors scrutinized management of the state property worth CZK 2,600 million and funds amounting to CZK 130.4 million. The auditors also scrutinized the Ministry of Health as the founder of the psychiatric hospitals.
17.12.2012 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) performed an audit of the Operational Programme Environment and focused on funds earmarked for the limitation of industrial pollution and environmental risks within the period 2008–2011. Auditors performed the auditing operation at the Ministry of Environment and the State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic, which share the responsibilities for the Programme’s management and administration, and provide the projects’ evaluation. The auditors scrutinized 13 beneficiaries of the support amounting to CZK 280 million.
10.12.2012 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) performed an audit of the Integrated Operational Programme and its implementation within the period 2007–2011. Auditors aimed at the support provided for utilisation of the culture heritage. Funds provided from the EU and state budget have been utilized to reconstruct and make use of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and national culture sights and monuments in the Czech Republic.
3.12.2012 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) scrutinized the state budget heading Office of the President of the Republic and focused on management of the immovable property worth CZK 1,500 million and subventions in the amount of CZK 230.5 million administered within the period 2007–2011. The auditors also scrutinized two allowance organisations, which had been established to manage the real property: Prague Castle Administration and Lány Forestry Administration.
26.11.2012 - On November 22, 2012, vice-president and other representatives of the SAO met with Director-General of the European Anti-fraud Office (commonly known as OLAF), Mr. Giovanni Kessler.
5.11.2012 - The SAO audited the regional operational programme of the NUTS II region Central Bohemia in the Czech Republic and its implementation within the period 2007–2011. The audit scrutinized 15 projects with the total financial support of CZK 545.1 million, which were implemented by 8 beneficiaries. The audited amount makes 14.5 % of the support allocated within the frame of the priority axis 3 of the Regional Operational Programme.
5.11.2012 - On October 25, 2012, vice-president of the Supreme Audit Office met with ambassadors of the EU countries and a delegate from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The meeting took place at the SAO headquarters in Prague.
29.10.2012 - The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) aimed at management of the Railway Infrastructure Administration (RIA) and the General Directorate within the audited period 2009–2011. The auditors concluded that the RIA spent nearly CZK 12,000 million from the State Budget to purchase the property of the former Czech Railways joint-stock company in 2008, while the joint-stock company had previously obtained the property for free.