preaudit

preaudit

(priːˈɔːdɪt)
n
(Commerce) the examination of contracts before a transaction; verification of the validity of and authorisation for a procedure prior to carrying it out
adj
(Commerce) occurring, existing or carried out prior to an audit
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He's had the opportunity to perform a variety of management accounting roles, not only in decision support and financial planning and analysis (FP&A) but also preaudit work, Sarbanes-Oxley Act testing, and mentoring senior financial officers.
Briefly, a current commercial database of practicing physicians and a preaudit (nonexperimental) survey identified all offices with at least one physician in primary care practice--creating the study's sample frame.
The office will then send health providers a preaudit questionnaire to gather data about the practice's size, type, and operations, according to the announcement.
In separate letters to Valencia, Leycano and Dalisay reminded the then governor that the loan contract was illegal because it did not have the preaudit requirement of the Commission on Audit.
AG Punjab and the District Accounts Offices to exercise prescribed preaudit checks on cases of restoration of commuted portion of pension before payment of arrears, so accrued, is paid by DAOs/TO Lahore.
However, one company (WIJMA Cameroon) has done a preaudit for ISO 14001 EMS certification.
The next phase will be based on preaudit surveys of 800 covered entities and 400 business associates of covered entities, according to a May announcement in the Federal Register.
CPAs have already standardized the financial audit process and opinion; they can also provide a relevant and faithfully representative review of the nonfinancial sustainability metrics of the firm, including preaudit assessments and greenhouse gas emissions verification.
There is a history of such a position, as the comptroller general once possessed and exercised similar decision-making and preaudit powers in the early twentieth century (see generally, Mansfield 1939; Willoughby 1927).
A preaudit cell has been created to ensure that all purchases are made as per rules.
To become certified, Collins Ink underwent a one-vear evaluation process that included quality management system development, a management system documentation reviews preaudit, initial assessment and clearance of non-conformances, all ot which work to identify corrective actions that eliminate non-conformance.
It should also be noted that the estate tax data used for these estimates are preaudit figures.