The General Inspectorate controls the administrative, financial and accounting management activities of the ministry as well as the bodies under supervision.
The General Inspectorate, in its area of competence, is responsible for:
the evaluation of the performance of the services in relation to the objectives set, in conjunction with the Secretary General;
internal control and evaluation of the functioning of central and decentralized services, establishments and bodies under supervision, as well as related services and projects;
information from the Minister on the quality of operation and performance of services;
the evaluation of the application of organizational techniques and methods as well as the simplification of administrative work, in conjunction with the competent services for administrative reform;
implementation of the anti-corruption strategy in conjunction with the ministerial anti-corruption unit.
It includes, in addition to the Inspector General, two (02) Inspectors.
In the performance of their control and evaluation missions, the Inspector General and the Inspectors have access to all the documents of the inspected services.
As such, they can:
request in writing information, explanations or documents from the managers of the inspected services, who are required to respond within the allotted time;
have, on an ad hoc basis, the necessary staff from other departments of the Ministry;
request the police, if necessary, after obtaining the consent of the Minister and in accordance with the
law, in order to lend them a hand in ascertaining the attacks on the public fortune.
Each inspection or control mission gives rise to the drafting of a report addressed to the Minister,
with copy to the Secretary General.
The Minister sends a copy of the report to the Minister responsible for administrative reform and to the Minister responsible
of higher state control.
The Minister submits a quarterly control report as well as the annual report of
the General Inspection to the Prime Minister, Head of Government.