Updated Supplemental Guidance Released

Jack Humphrey, Regulatory journalist
February 02, 2012 /

This supplemental guidance updated by The IIA is intended to further clarify the importance of the public sector audit activity to effective governance and defines the key elements needed to maximize the value the audit activity provides to all levels of the public sector.

The guidance is intended to point to the roles of audit (without differentiating between external and internal), methods by which those roles can be fulfilled, and the essential ingredients necessary to support an effective audit function. As such, it may not be fully applicable in every jurisdiction, particularly where public sector audit roles and responsibilities are specifically defined by governing institutes or legal mandates to exclude certain functions or assign them to other entities

This document is classified in IIA’s new category titled “Supplemental Guidance.” This new category is not part of the IPPF. This material is not mandatory or strongly recommended IPPF guidance.

Additional supplemental guidance focused on the public sector will soon be released: Value of Internal Audit and the Internal Audit Capability Model – Public Sector and Implementing a New Internal Audit Function – Public Sector.

 

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