Each year a risk assessment of the University’s operating units and control functions is performed to identify areas of potential institutional risk. We attempt to direct our audit resources to the areas deemed high risk. Our goal is to evaluate and improve the management of these risks in the units
Common elements of an internal audit engagement include the following:
For details of the above see the Audit Process
The main items needed from you for a successful audit are cooperation and communication with the auditor. Here are some examples of what you can do to help the audit process:
Audits can last from a few days to several months, depending on the scope and objectives of the audit work
We perform a variety of services. Here are the most common:
Like any special project, an audit affects the area’s routine to some extent. The Department of Internal Audit will make every effort to minimize this disruption and cooperate with you to make the process as smooth as possible.
Absolutely, if you have questions on policies, procedures or best practices we will be glad to help. In some cases, we will know the answer to your question, but if we don’t, we will be glad to research the answer to your question