Scope of Activities/Processes and Procedures
Internal Auditing activities include:
- Developing a multi-year audit plan in conjunction with the Internal Audit Steering Committee and senior administration from across the University System.
- Implementing the internal audit plan.
- Reviewing automated and manual controls supporting accounting, financial and operating procedures. Testing preventative and detective controls.
- Reviewing the means of safeguarding assets and, as appropriate, verifying the existence of such assets.
- To a limited extent, assessing the efficiency with which resources are used.
- Evaluating operations and programs to determine if results are consistent with established goals and objectives; that operations and programs are being carried out as planned; and expected benefits are being received.
- Reporting to the President on a regular basis on all audits conducted, on follow-ups to audits, and on any current issues which may impact University operations.
- Reporting to the Audit Committee of the Board four times per year on all audits performed, and on follow-ups on the audits as applicable.
- Investigating or assisting in investigation for special request audits, as requested by the President or Vice President for Finance and Administration.