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  • How Can We Help You? | Office of Internal Audit - Partnering with Management
    the education experience and credentials to make a positive impact in your area We have experience from a variety of corporate and not for profit industries We possess advanced degrees professional designations and licenses In order to maintain our professional certifications and stay up to date on the latest issues impacting the University we attend continuing education programs at both the national and local level Our recommendations are designed to help you manage your operation more efficiently resulting in a more effective use of resources This might include alternate ways of approaching a problem based on our encountering similar situations in other areas As a result we can identify strengths and weaknesses in processes quickly and make practical recommendations This will save you time and money on a variety of matters and ensure that your operation is based on sound business practices and is in compliance with University Board of Regents and State policies procedures and regulations We work closely with University leadership and a variety of other internal entities This access along with our experience provides us with a broad prospective which we can employ to benefit your operation In This Section How Can We Help You Types of

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/audit/how-can-we-help-you (2015-11-11)
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  • Types of Audits | Office of Internal Audit - Partnering with Management
    and effectiveness Compliance Measure adherence with University of Iowa and Board of Regents policies and procedures State and Federal laws and regulations NCAA Bylaws Sponsor grant and contract requirements Donor restrictions on use of funds Investigative Identify the facts and circumstances of possible fraud or misappropriation of the organization s assets Information Systems Analyze the effectiveness efficiency confidentiality integrity availability compliance and reliability of data and programs on computer and

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/audit/types-audits (2015-11-11)
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  • Selection Information | Office of Internal Audit - Partnering with Management
    input from the University community and considers various factors such as financial impact required regulatory or legal compliance complexity of environment technology and prior audit experience Management requests standare annual audits and unanticipated projects round out the plan While we want to visit as many departments as possible because of our risk based approach some areas will be audited more frequently than others In This Section How Can We Help

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/audit/selection-information (2015-11-11)
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  • What Are "Internal Controls"? | Office of Internal Audit - Partnering with Management
    an internal control you used to protect the assets you own Generally there are three types of control Preventative Controls are designed to discourage errors or irregularities from occurring For example Processing a requisition only after it has been properly approved by the appropriate personnel Detective Controls are designed to find errors or irregularities after they have occurred For example Reviewing the monthly Statement of Account for activity in your

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/audit/what-are-internal-controls (2015-11-11)
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  • What Will Auditors Need From Me? | Office of Internal Audit - Partnering with Management
    auditor Review the audit program presented for your area and ask questions if you don t understand why certain activities have been included or excluded As issues are communicated to you during the audit begin thinking about potential corrective actions Review the audit report draft and make any suggestions for changes or enhancements either before or during the exit conference Provide a written response to the issues identified in the

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  • How Long Will The Audit Take? | Office of Internal Audit - Partnering with Management
    Audit Take Audits can last from a few days to several months depending on the scope and objectives of the audit work The auditor s assigned to your area will give you an estimate of the time they will need to complete the audit after the planning phase is complete In This Section How Can We Help You Types of Audits Selection Information What Are Internal Controls What Will Auditors

    Original URL path: http://www.uiowa.edu/audit/how-long-will-audit-take (2015-11-11)
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  • Will The Audit Disrupt My Departments Everyday Activities? | Office of Internal Audit - Partnering with Management
    Will The Audit Disrupt My Departments Everyday Activities Like any special project an audit affects the area s routine to some extent The University s Internal Audit Department will make every effort to minimize this disruption and cooperate with you to make the process as smooth as possible In This Section How Can We Help You Types of Audits Selection Information What Are Internal Controls What Will Auditors Need From

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  • How Is An Audit Comment Reported And To Whom? | Office of Internal Audit - Partnering with Management
    senior management including Audit Report comment Comments in this classification are included in the official audit report and represent items that are either regulatory policy legal violations or present an unacceptably high level of risk of financial loss or adverse public political exposure The audit report is copied to immediate area management and all appropriate University management up to the level of the President who receives all reports The report is also sent to the State Board of Regents and the Auditor of the State of Iowa Management Advisory comment These are issues that the auditor noted during field work but they are either outside the established scope of this audit project or are not of immediate concern However if they are not addressed in a timely manner they could potentially have an adverse impact on the operation of the area in the future This type of item is communicated to management of the immediate area being audited and at least their supervisor Non reportable comment These issues are generally minor in nature or scope but are items that the auditor encountered and of which you need to be aware They are communicated only to management in the immediate area

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