Indonesia has recently witnessed a development in accounting information system with the inrtroduction of computer-assisted mechanism. The Audit Board (BPK) while implementing the e-Audit system, aimed at reducing conflicts between auditors and state bureaucrats. This study is based on the phenomenon that occurred regarding the low quality of the e-audit system in several agencies, like government agencies, and private institutions. The study aims to analyze the extent to which auditor’s competencies can help in successful implementation of the e-Audit system. The study used a sample of 380 BPK Auditors through random sampling using a questionnaire. The data was analyzed through statistical descriptive analysis and structural equation modeling techniques. The results provide empirical evidence that Auditor Competence in Using Information Technology has a significant positive influence on the success of the e-Audit System Implementation
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