Operational audits are comprehensive reviews of the varied functions within an enterprise to assess the effectiveness of controls governing those processes and to monitor compliance with university or health system policies, procedures, governmental laws, regulations and/or donor restrictions on use of funds.
Financial audits are analyses of the economic activity of an entity as measured and reported by accounting methods.
Information Systems audits are analyses of effectiveness, efficiency, confidentiality, integrity, availability, compliance, and reliability of data and programs on computer and communication systems.
Audit Process Overview
Our objective is to have your continuing involvement as well as constant communication at every stage, so that you understand what we are doing and why we are doing it. The most successful audit projects are those in which you, our client, and the auditors have a constructive working relationship. We try to avoid interfering with your unit’s usual routine and work with you to set up suitable meeting times.
An audit normally consists of five phases: (click each to learn more)