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  • Its accounts are open to and audited by those whose money is being spent. Cited from American Missionary, Volume 43, No. 1, January, 1889, by Various
  • They conduct their audit by correspondence and do not visit business in the field.
  • The banks must keep records so that they can be audited by the regulators if necessary.
  • The company has also been fully audited by Grant Thornton International for the past seven years.
  • Such claims must be audited by the Board of Education. Cited from Civil Government of Virginia, William F. Fox
  • Upon its transfer to private management, the airport has been subjected to numerous audits by governmental authorities.
  • His tax returns were subsequently audited by the IRS several times, but no changes were made.
  • Yet, by that time the project continued to be audited by the Administrative Commission of the Navy.
  • Among the risks cited, are the risk of audits by all of the various states on a small business.
  • Benefit corporations need not be certified or audited by the third-party standard.
  • All ten provinces subsequently passed similar legislation, authorising performance audits by the provincial auditors.
  • This was a serious attempt to provide certification of translation-specific quality management using independent, on-site audits by recognized certification bodies.
  • Companies intending to list must also submit to audit by an approved, independent auditing company.
  • The banana exporting company also has been audited by international organisations due to child labor issues and strike conflicts.
  • Physicians may undertreat pain due to fear of being audited by a regulatory body.
  • In addition, its records are audited by KPMG as well as the major financial rating agencies.
  • AFL is a well managed company and its financial accounts is always audited by the Auditor General.
  • Scientologists can choose to be audited by a fellow Scientologist rather than by a staff member.
  • The Federal Reserve's annual financial statements are audited by an outside auditor.
  • "They are taken from an audit by a firm of public accountants." Cited from Mary Minds Her Business, by George Weston
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