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22449The Audit Report

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  • Dan Swanson
    25 Jul, 2017
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      We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit. Aristotle


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      Organizations that are subject to Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance use various reports from the source systems to perform the controls defined by management. Essential to the control design is the completeness and accuracy of the report(s) being used to execute the control. Ensuring completeness entails gaining comfort that a full population of the relevant transactions are captured and presented in the report. Ensuring each report is accurate involves validating that the integrity of data compiled by the report is maintained throughout the report creation process.
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      The following seven CAE best practices may help you both better position your team to improve the performance during each of their projects, and more importantly for you, better position internal audit as a go-to resource for business leaders to provide insight and assurance on their business processes.
      Internal auditors realize they must pay closer attention to what their stakeholders—namely boards and executive management—expect of them and whether these expectations are being met. A panel of experts recently identified the following eight messages from stakeholders that internal audit must take heed of and respond.
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