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  • Many audits measure performance and quality of services in addition to cost alone.
  • These records should include training records and the results of audits and reviews.
  • He noted that he did not think that the President was directly behind the audits.
  • Further changes may then be required, leading to additional re-audits.
  • For the working out of such standards and of such audits has only begun. Cited from Public Opinion, by Walter Lippmann
  • Its work is quite similar to the board of audits and inspection in current time.
  • Prior to the disaster it had a good safety record and met all safety audits.
  • This independent, non-profit agency audits medical transport services against industry-established criteria.
  • The term is most frequently applied to audits of the financial information relating to a legal person.
  • Third party audits secure the highest quality of this service.
  • All of the station's staff were required to take place in safety audits to improve working practice at the station.
  • This is done by reporting directly to parliament on audits of government financial reports and performance.
  • Annual and special audits are conducted to examine government's activities and hold it to account.
  • The increased number of audits translates directly into better county government.
  • Failure to pass security audits can have financial and management changing impacts upon an organization.
  • The company continues to offer curriculum audits in small and large school systems and colleges all over the world.
  • Multiple issues were noted several of which had been noted in previous audits and remained uncorrected.
  • She falls for a black student who audits her philosophy lectures.
  • Management practices have been deemed effective in years past in independent audits.
  • This comes from a third party organization that audits and recognizes quality management systems for environmental progress.
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Root form of audits is audit for both verb and noun.

Meaning of audits

  • 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