Despite significant progress in streamlining efficiency at government finance departments around the world in the past decade, 48 percent of public officials believe their organizations lack adequate financial management capabilities, according to a new survey by Deloitte.

The study looked at more than 200 government departments from 28 countries. More than half of the officials who participated in the study reported that their organization's ability to audit its own financial accounts falls at or below an accepted baseline.

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