Archived Member Web Events 

    Published January 17, 2006

    GAQC member only events are held periodically, at no cost to members, and feature topics to assist you in ensuring governmental audit quality. Registration and information on upcoming events are announced via GAQC Alerts. As a public service to improve all governmental audit quality, some GAQC member only Web events are available to the public, please click on the titles to determine which events are open.  To learn more about our archived events click on the below subject areas or click here for a list of events in date order:

    Required 2014 GAQC Annual Webcast Update

    OMB Circular A-133 Audits

    The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

    AICPA and GAO Auditing Standards 

    State & Local Government Accounting Standards

    Not-For-Profit Accounting Standards

    Other Governmental, Not-for-Profit, and For-Profit Topics

    Latest Web Event

    NEW Most Frequently Asked Questions about Auditing HUD Multifamily Housing Entities and Other HUD Activities
    This GAQC archived Web event is intended to provide auditors an update on recent U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) activity and to learn about some of the questions GAQC is most frequently asked regarding audits performed under the HUD Consolidated Audit Guide (HUD Guide) including multifamily housing entities and lenders.

    Scared Straight — The Consequences of Poor Audit Quality
    Based on information from peer reviews and federal agency reviews, audit quality concerns sometimes arise from inadequate education or training, noncompliance with certain aspects of auditing or quality control standards, or a lack of experience working in specialized areas. When such problems are noted, there can be considerable consequences to an audit practice. This GAQC archived Web event will describe the various ways governmental audits are reviewed from a quality perspective, including practice monitoring and Office of Inspector General (OIG) desk and quality control reviews, as well as the resulting process and practical advice for when audit quality problems are noted in such reviews.

    We welcome your feedback and suggestions for future conference call topics, please send them via e-mail.

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