Internal Auditing in State and Local Government - For those outside the internal auditing profession, the natural questions are: Who are these people? What kind of work do they do? How much are they paid? For those within the profession of internal auditing, some logical questions might include: What forces are influencing our jobs? Are we considered to be valued consultants to management? To whom ...
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|Contributors:||Edwards, Donald E.; Kusel, Jimie; Oxner, Tom|
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