audit program

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Noun1.audit program - a listing of audit procedures to be performed in completing an audit
plan, program, programme - a series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished; "they drew up a six-step plan"; "they discussed plans for a new bond issue"
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ISACA audit programs have been developed and reviewed by
Single audit programs like these are great news for many medical device and pharmaceutical companies large and small.
Alaska Air Group said it has named Brooke DeBay managing director of audit programs.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 20, 2015-Alaska Air Group names managing director of audit programs
We expect that the MDSAP pilot will enhance confidence in third party audit programs, increasing the footprint of this global endeavor," Trautman wrote in the blog post.
To provide audit and assurance professionals with the most up-to-date guidance, ISACA, a nonprofit association serving 95,000 IT professionals in 160 countries, has developed four new audit programs.
Practices vary and may involve a combination of both computer-assisted audit programs and manual procedures.
The software has evolved to include electronic audit programs and engagement management and paperless tools.
In the face of an increasingly aggressive IRS tax compliance program, when a company takes a hard look at its own federal tax planning, compliance, and audit programs and decides upon its future strategy to remain competitive in the industry from the standpoint of it tax and tax compliance costs, it may be helpful to better understand these developments and their potential effect.
However, $22 million of the total amount collected represented money the DOR believes it would have collected through existing audit programs.
006602CPA06), that contains audit programs and other tools to help practitioners conduct their governmental audits in light of the extensive provisions of GASB Statement No.
Industry experts judge the quality of audit procedure changes as well as the final audit programs and time budgets proposed by industry-specialist auditors to be higher than those of auditors working outside their industry specialization.