Operational audits are comprehensive reviews of the varied functions within an enterprise to appraise the effectiveness of controls governing those processes and to monitor compliance with university policies, procedures, governmental laws, regulations and donor restrictions on use of funds.
Investigative audits identify the facts and circumstances of possible fraud or misappropriation of the organization’s assets.
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.
Risk Advisory Services are designed to mitigate risks, improve operations, and help management in achieving its business objects. Risk advisory services are more consultative in nature than traditional assurance audits and are requested by management, and not generated as a result of performing an annual risk assessment.