Mr. Ivica Gavrilović Reappointed to the Position of the Supreme State Auditor in the Sector No. 5

11 March 2022.
Mr. Ivica Gavrilović Reappointed to the Position of the Supreme State Auditor in the Sector No. 5
Today, the Council of the State Audit Institution appointed Mr. Ivica Gavrilović for the second time to the position of the Supreme State Auditor in the Sector No. 5 (Sector for Audit Methodology and Development). By taking the oath before the members of the Council, Mr. Gavrilovic took over the duty of the Supreme State Auditor.

Mr. Ivica Gavrilović graduated from the Military Technical Academy in Belgrade and obtained the title of Graduate Economist. In 2008, he acquired the title of specialist in external state audit at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade. He also obtained certificates of the titles of State Auditor and Certified State Auditor of the State Audit Institution, and also Certified Accountant of the Association of Accountants and Auditors of Serbia.

He has more than 20 years of work experience. He started his first employment in 2000 in the Navy in Tivat, where he worked in the financial service unit. From 2005 to 2010, he worked in the Military Security Agency, as a financial services officer until 2009, and from 2009 as the head of the finance group. In the period from 2007 to 2008, he also worked on business books keeping for entrepreneurs.

He has been employed as a State Auditor in the State Audit Institution since 2010. In the period from 2011 to 2012, he worked as a State Auditor in the Sector for Audit of Budgets and Budget Funds of the Republic of Serbia; from 2012 to 2013 as a State Auditor in the Sector for Audit of Mandatory Insurance Organizations, and from 2013 as a Certified State Auditor. He was appointed Supreme State Auditor in the Sector for Audit Methodology and Quality Control on March 28, 2016. Due to organizational changes, the Council of the State Audit Institution passed a decision that Mr. Ivica Gavrilović will continue to serve as the Supreme State Auditor in Sector No. 5 as of January 8, 2019.

According to the Law on the State Audit Institution, the Supreme State Auditor is appointed and dismissed by the Council, at the proposal of the President of the Institution, for a period of six years, with the possibility of re-appointment.