The Effect of Technology on Auditing in Government: A Discussion of the Paperless Audit - This article presents a discussion of paperless audit technology. Computer Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques (CAATTs) are discussed in terms of their ability to provide a vehicle for auditors to achieve the paperless audit goal. We also present some potential uses of CAATTs by governmental auditors.
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