Per secretary of the Navy instruction, those we audit
should not be able to control what we audit
, the scope of our audits
, our access to information, or the people we talk to during an audit
committees should conduct more intensive and extensive audits
on the eve of insider sales of significant amounts of stock.
It applies to both performance and financial audits
Issued in March 2006, the new standards are effective for audits
of financial statements for periods beginning on or after Dec.
They need to explain why (the audits
) have not taken place, and set up procedures for an audit
to take place immediately.
New Edition--Government Auditing Standards and Circular--133 Audits
Wilson contrasted the positive experience of the HP audit
with the negative feedback received regarding MTC audits
They have conducted lease audits
nationally and recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of tenants, including Fortune 500 companies.
The enactment of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOA) enabled the establishment of a public oversight board for (1) audits
of public companies subject to securities law and (2) related matters to protect the interest of investors and the public in general.
The EU Commission points to the fact that "there are more than a million audits
but only about 7,000 listed companies in EU member states.
The most obvious question from a 21st-century standpoint is where the underwriting audits
were in all of this debacle.
Biannual corrugated engineering audits
make this possible.
are one way to monitor and influence the level of privacy protection maintained by organizations, governments, or systems.
It provides a comprehensive view of auditing by examining empirical standards, procedures, and practices and evaluations of conducting and responding to such audits
Environmentalists, regulators, and industry alike love the idea of audits