auditor

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  • Most of the auditors could understand that the suggested course was the best one possible. Cited from Spacehounds of IPC, by Edward Elmer Smith
  • The next question an auditor should ask is what critical information this network must protect.
  • Auditors frequently ask organizations to account for who has access to what resources.
  • But, after a time, other matters claimed the attention of his other auditors. Cited from Pieces of Eight, by Richard le Gallienne
  • Auditors must be free to approach a piece of work in whatever manner they consider best.
  • Many local government performance auditors also use the yellow book standards.
  • A physical news product is believed by industry auditors to reach more than four people per copy.
  • He served two terms as the state auditor and failed to win a third nomination.
  • Army auditors said they could not explain how such a large amount of money could have gone missing.
  • In addition, the auditor provides access to information and reports on various matters of city government.
  • The auditor will then test that data to determine if there are any problems in the data.
  • And, now, my little auditors, shall I tell you something that will make you open your eyes very wide? Cited from Myths That Every Child Should Know, by Various
  • I did not feel, however, that I was making very deep impression on my auditors. Cited from Dick Onslow, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • He liked his classes to be small and did not like auditors.
  • After his studies, he became an auditor for the Council of State.
  • If they were, the auditor can then figure out why the controls to prevent this failed.
  • After he left the army he worked as a tax auditor for the Ontario government.
  • He quickly moved up the ranks and became a highly ranked auditor.
  • The auditor's report was critical of the lack of proper book-keeping.
  • An independent external auditor and five draw officials are involved in the draw process.
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Meaning of auditor

  • noun A student who attends a course but does not take it for credit
  • noun A qualified accountant who inspects the accounting records and practices of a business or other organization