December 2004 – Ala Popescu was appointed as President of the Court of Accounts. She worked with the following members of the Court: Gheorghe Cojocari, Tatiana Cunetchi, Mihail Cibotaru and Ion Draguta.
February 2005 – By Parliament Decision no.1- XV of 17.02.2005 a new structure of the Court of Accounts was approved, comprising departments, divisions, sections, territorial offices and other subdivisions, with a staff of 150 people.
July 2005 – By Law no. 180-XIV “On amending and supplementing the Law no.312-XIII of 8 December 1994 “On Court of Accounts”, the way of appointing the members of the Court of Accounts was modified. Thus, 3 of 7 members are proposed by the parliamentary majority, and 4 members are proposed by the parliamentary opposition. The President of the Court of Accounts proposes to the Parliament the candidates to member of Court of Accounts earlier presented by the legally founded parliamentary factions. Each parliamentary faction is entitled to recommend at least 2 candidates.
22 December 2005 – By Parliament Decision no.340-XVI, Ala Popescu was appointed as President of the Court of Accounts for a 5-year term.
29 December 2005 – In accordance with the provisions of the Law no.180-XVI “On amending and supplementing the Law no.312-XIII of 8 December 1994 “On Court of Accounts”, by Parliament Decision no.382-XVI, a new composition of the Court of Accounts was appointed: Elisaveta Foca, Mihail Cibotaru, Gheorghe Cojocari, Anatolie Ghilas, Andrei Groza and Sergiu Guja.
On 2 November 2007, she was appointed as member of the Court of Accounts by Parliament Decision no. 230-XVI.
On 17 April 2006 the Court of Accounts of Moldova approved its Strategic Development Plan (SDP) for April 2006-December 2010, and on 18 April 2006 it was officially launched. By the implementation of this Plan, the Court of Accounts aims to be transformed into a Supreme Audit Institution that carries out the highest standards of independence, objectivity and professionalism in carrying out external control and public financial audit.
On 26 September 2006 the Letter of Intent on the institutional cooperation between the Swedish National Audit Office and the Court of Accounts of Moldova in the process of its strategic development was signed in Chisinau.
On 25-26 January 2007, during the first Steering Committee Meeting for the institutional development cooperation between the CoA and SNAO held in Stockholm, the Agreement was signed between the CoA of Moldova and SNAO on the support during the strategic development.
On 5 December 2008 the new Law on the CoA no. 261-XVI of 05.12.2008 was adopted, and became effective on 1 January 2009. The key changes introduced by the new law can be summarized as a shift from external financial control to a new system of external public audit and represent a major change in the function of the Court of Accounts within a new public finance management model.
The official inauguration of the new headquarters building of the Court of Accounts (CoA) located in 69 Stefan cel Mare Boulevard took place on 27 March 2009, after its capital repair.
The head of state was present at the event and congratulated the CoA staff, appreciating the event as of special importance for the institution. The repair works of the new headquarters building were conducted at the highest level, and the employees now have all the conditions necessary for a good activity. He noted the fact that the inauguration of the new headquarters produced in the year when the Court of Accounts celebrates its 15th anniversary.