audit

All Noun Verb
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  • Its work is quite similar to the board of audits and inspection in current time.
  • Each region has a few tax services office, which carry out field works, such as audit and collections.
  • Prior to the disaster it had a good safety record and met all safety audits.
  • We believe that our audit provides a reasonable basis for our opinion.
  • This independent, non-profit agency audits medical transport services against industry-established criteria.
  • In one form or another, audit has been part of good clinical practice for generations.
  • A quiet room was soon found, and the accounts were produced and audited. Cited from The Pickwick Papers, by Charles Dickens
  • Part of the follow-up certification is also a one-day factory audit.
  • The council also has a court of audit and four standing committees.
  • One important question of VVPAT systems is when should an audit be performed?
  • He has also served as a member of the Audit Commission.
  • The banks must keep records so that they can be audited by the regulators if necessary.
  • Review of this process and the people involved with it will be a key to the audit of the system.
  • The audit opinion on the financial statements is usually included in the annual report.
  • The term is most frequently applied to audits of the financial information relating to a legal person.
  • It is audited each year and the statement is published in its Annual Report.
  • An appeal officer will make a decision independent of audit.
  • One of the primary ways to improve energy conservation in buildings is to use an energy audit.
  • The first step in an audit of any system is to seek to understand its components and its structure.
  • Third party audits secure the highest quality of this service.
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Meaning of audit

  • noun A methodical examination or review of a condition or situation
    he made an audit of all the plants on his property, an energy efficiency audit, an email log audit
  • verb Examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification
    audit accounts and tax returns
  • verb Attend academic courses without getting credit