GAO: Most Agencies’ Spending Data Inaccurate Or Incomplete

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report today finding that three-quarters of major Federal agencies maintain incomplete, untimely, inaccurate, or poor-quality spending data, and that around half of them are not even implementing required data standards in the first place. The Digital Accountability and …

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GAO Issues Revised Yellow Book Standards For Government Auditors

By Ken Tysiac July 17, 2018   Revised standards issued Tuesday by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) are designed to provide a framework for high-quality governmental audits, which include audits of government entities and entities receiving government awards. In a transmittal letter to the …

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Asking For Help Is A Strength, Not A Weakness

Michele L. Sullivan/TEDWomen 2016 We all go through challenges — some you can see, most you can’t, says Michele L. Sullivan. In a talk about perspective, Sullivan shares stories full of wit and wisdom and reminds us that we’re all part of each other’s support …

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5 Lessons For Success In Internal Auditing

by: Naohiro Mouri, CPA, CIA AIG – Executive Vice President and Chief Auditor Over the course of my 2018-19 chairmanship of The Institute of Internal Auditors’ Global Board of Directors, I thought I would share some of my experiences and thoughts with the hopes that …

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