Monitoring and Audit
Members of the Monitoring and Audit Committee keep a close eye on the way Council policies and decisions are implemented. They have a responsibility to make sure arrangements are in place to ensure the Council's resources are used effectively - and to promote high standards of conduct by members of the Council.
The Scheme of Administration, which sets out the referred and delegated functions of the Council and its Committees and Sub-committees, is available from the 'Related Downloads' section of this page.
Details of the Monitoring and Audit Committee meetings can be accessed through the links in this section.
The Monitoring and Audit Committee comprises seven members of Orkney Islands Council.
In order to ensure the formal independence of the Committee and consistency with audit and scrutiny principles, the following members shall be ineligible for membership of the Monitoring and Audit Committee:
- Depute Leader.
- Chairs of service committees.
Committee Membership details are available from the 'Related Downloads' section of this page.