Institute of Internal Auditors Essay by Peter Pen

Institute of Internal Auditors
An examination and overview of this institution.
# 58880 | 1,524 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2005
Published on May 23, 2005 in Accounting (Financial) , Political Science (Government Agencies)


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The Institute of Internal Auditors, founded by the New York Chapter in 1941, is the primary supporting organization of internal auditors today. This paper explores the organization's role and duties and looks at the principles it follows and tries to implement in its subjects.

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"The Institute serves its members in internal auditing, governance and internal control, IT audit, education and security for more than 120 countries. The IIA leads the world in certification, education, research and technological guidance for the profession. They are considered the profession's watchdog and resource on significant auditing issues around the globe. The IIA provides internal audit practitioners, executive management, boards of directors and audit committees with standards, guidance and information on best practices in internal auditing."

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