The Cour des comptes and the regional and territorial Chambers of Accounts maintain actions within French-speaking organisations which ensure the strengthening of international cooperation.
The relationship between the French financial courts and their French-speaking counterparts is of particular interest. The Association of Supreme Audit Institutions having in common the use of French (Aisccuf) seeks to develop close cooperation between French-speaking institutions and to encourage professionnal exchanges.
The Aisccuf was founded in Paris in 1994, and today brings together 40 SAIs, including four permanent observers.
An associate member of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (Intosai), Aisccuf contributes to the work of the Intosai Development Initiative (IDI), and in 2008 joined forces with the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (OIF) to "develop the common values of the Francophonie as promoted by the OIF".
Aisccuf is one of the 16 institutional networks of the Francophonie.
Aisccuf is currently chaired by Senegal, in the person of Mamadou Faye, First President of the Cour des Comptes du Sénégal.
The 1st vice-presidency is currently held by Ismahan Mahamoud Ibrahim, President of the Court of Accounts of Djibouti. The 2nd and 3rd vice-presidencies are held by the President of the Cour des Comptes de Madagascar, Jean de Dieu Rakotondramihamina, and the First President of the Court of accounts of the Communauté Économique et Monétaire de l'Afrique Centrale (CEMAC), Rosario Mbasogo Kung Nguidang. Florence Thys, First President of the Belgian Court of Audit, is Treasurer.
The French Cour des comptes is the permanent secretariat of Aisccuf, currently headed by its First President, Pierre Moscovici.