Risk-Based Audit Target Selection Can Increase the Probability of Conducting Value-Adding Audits - Auditing is a necessary, expensive, time-consuming activity. So, why shouldn't an audit recover the cost of its performance and return more to an organization than it cost to perform? Costs associated with all audit oganizations, whether an internal or external organization either in the private or ...
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The government accountants journal : financial management in the public sector. - Alexandria, Va., ISSN 0883-1483, ZDB-ID 7166801. - Vol. 52.2003, 1, p. 22-38
Accounting Reform in the Former Soviet Republics: An Essential Ingredient for Economic Independence - With the dissolution of the Soviet Union -- Precipitated in large measure by severe economic conditions -- These republics have recognized the need to reform their systems if they are to achieve true independent economic sustain ability. Essential to reform is the conversion of their accounting ...
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Developing a Strategy for Auditing Outsourced Public Sector Contracts - Field of Study: Accounting & Auditing - At every public sector level, government officials are contracting with commercial sector firms at an ever-increasing pace to provide services previously delivered by their own employees. With the current emphasis on outsourcing for services, public sector managers may find themselves ...
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