6 Credits: Auditing (Governmental)
This session will be less theoretical and more hands-on: real practical examples of what we can and should be doing to improve our effectiveness as auditors and to improve the audit process.
When we look at our twelve learning objectives for the day, all are centered on the idea of Audit Project Management. How do we go about managing our audits or conducting our audits to get the results we are seeking in the most efficient way possible.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Project Management Principles Overview;
- Establishing a formalized structure for audit projects;
- Evaluating structures correlating processes and tools;
- Audit management platform and software;
- Identify importance of establishing project sponsor (vision, guidance, exc);
- Project Management plan (you can do it in your head!);
- Identification and documentation of project goals;
- Metric and standards of success;
- Clear roles and responsibilities;
- Risk assessment and management;
- Establishing dates of action;
- Communication management; and
- Avoiding scope creep.
August 29, 2023
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Governmental Auditing Update: AICPA and Single Audit UpdateChris Pembrook, CPA,MBA,CGAP,CRFA
Governmental Auditing Update: ProcurementChris Pembrook, CPA,MBA,CGAP,CRFA
General Cost PrinciplesSefton Boyars & William T. Allen
Meet The Experts
Thomas G. (Tommy) Stephens, Jr., CPA, CITP, CGMA, received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Major in Accounting) from Auburn University in 1985. In 1994, Mr. Stephens opened his public accounting practice in the metropolitan Atlanta area. In his practice, Mr. Stephens provided accounting, tax, and consulting services to individuals and a wide variety of small and emerging businesses. He developed a successful consulting practice providing installation and support services of small business accounting software. Additionally, he has authored and presented continuing professional education courses to accounting and finance professionals. Mr. Stephens has lectured nationally on subjects such as internal controls for …