audit findings

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  • The CCB audit and validation should take about two months or sometimes more depending on the audit findings.
  • First, the program must have been audited at least once in the last two years, and second, the program must have no audit findings when it was last audited.
  • The Bundesrechnungshof reports on its audit findings in management letters which are sent to the audited bodies for comment.
  • Features include data visualization and reporting, automatic assessments and remediation task generation based on audit findings, and document audit history for future use.
  • Circulation audit findings are compiled and released in audit reports, which advertisers use to make decisions about advertising placements.
  • It includes details of the auditor, a list of the federal programs audited, and a summary of any audit findings reported by the auditor.
  • DAM demand is driven primarily by the need for privileged user monitoring to address compliance-related audit findings, and by threat-management requirements to monitor database access.
  • Currently, UCA is undergoing investigation by the FBI, allegedly for the past audit findings.
  • The mission of the Court of Audit is to inform the public about important audit findings from the audits of state bodies and other public funds users in a timely and objective manner.
  • On the other hand, the auditor may determine that a recipient is low-risk because its management personnel have a good work ethic, the auditor has received good references from external sources, or because the recipient has never received any audit findings.
  • Following the last two reports, if the Single Audit produced audit findings, the auditor must prepare the Schedule of Findings and Questioned Costs discussed earlier.
  • In January 2011, Andhra Pradesh introduced a separate vigilance cell in the Rural Development Department to ensure follow up and enforcement of social audit findings.
  • As well as establishing the principle of publishing audit reports, HEQC pioneered the dissemination of audit findings and issues, something also taken up, intermittently, by the QAA.
  • Averaging the materiality amounts provided by these constituencies may lead to audit efficiency, however using the smallest materiality amount noted during the inquiry process ensures that even the most conservative constituent is satisfied with the relevance of the audit findings.
  • Since his arrival, the College has raised academic standards; embarked on an ambitious revitalization of the campus, which has included spending over $4 million in capital improvements; reduced institutional debt by 40 percent; and eliminated all previous audit findings.
  • Agrium promptly reported the audit findings to EPA under EPA's policy on Incentives for Self-Policing, also referred to as the "Self-Disclosure Policy".
  • Various keynote speeches by FDA insiders early in the 21st century (in addition to high-profile audit findings focusing on computer system compliance) resulted in many companies scrambling to mount a defense against rule enforcement that they were procedurally and technologically unprepared for.
  • A whistleblower at DCAA speculated that the ecological research observatory was going to be protected by a "whitewash" of the initial audit findings, which suggests that the National Science Foundation approved Federal funds being used for unallowable costs by approving management fee.
  • In repeated audit findings from the Louisiana Board of Ethics and Legislative Auditors, Carolyn and Ray Caldwell, as well as their children, other family members, and friends, were discovered to be inappropriately profiting from Madison's Office of Clerk of Court finances.
  • A whistleblower at DCAA brought both the initial audit findings and allegations of a cover up by DCAA management to Senators Charles Grassley (R-IA) and Rand Paul (R-KY), who are jointly investigating the matter.