The Future of Government Auditing - The past 50 years have truly been an era of great achievement for the auditing profession. But we cannot rest on our laurels and must prepare ourselves for the future. This article focuses on four overarching challenges that the auditing profession must address -- Technology, devolution, user expectations and human capital -- So that 50 years from now our work ...
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