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Setting government audit committees up for success | Government brief

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Audit committees are a critical component to enhancing an organization’s governance and oversight. Entities operating in the public sector have a heightened transparent level of scrutiny and accountability required. The governing entity—whether federal, state or local—is expected to provide governance and oversight to the government’s financial reports and processes, internal controls and both internal and external auditors. The most effective manner to address the public’s need for transparency, accountability and

Download the Government Audit Committees – Part 1 – Charter, Roles and Responsibilities

File name: cgma-govt-audit-committee-part-1.pdf

Download the Government Audit Committees – Part 2 – Understanding internal controls, fraud and audit findings

File name: cgma-govt-audit-committee-part-2.pdf

Download the Government Audit Committees – Part 3 – There’s more to consider: Internal audit function, independent auditors and risk management

File name: cgma-govt-audit-committee-part-3.pdf

Download the Government Audit Committees Part 4 – Tools for government

File name: cgma-govt-audit-committee-part-4.pdf

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