Internal Audit: Efficiency Through Automation

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 12, 2009 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
Internal Audit: Efficiency Through Automation teaches state-of-the-art computer-aided audit techniques, with practical guidelines on how to get much needed data, overcome organizational roadblocks, build data analysis skills, as well as address Continuous Auditing issues. Chapter 1 CAATTs History, Chapter 2 Audit Technology, Chapter 3 Continuous Auditing, Chapter 4 CAATTs Benefits and Opportunities, Chapter 5 CAATTs for Broader Scoped Audits, Chapter 6 Data Access and Testing, Chapter 7 Developing CAATT Capabilities, Chapter 8 Challenges for Audit,

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Title Page
Acknowledgements CHAPTER 1 CAATTs History
Audit Management and Administrative Support
Roadblocks toCAATT Implementation
CHAPTER 3CAATTs Benefits andOpportunities
Integrated Useof CAATTs ValueforMoney Auditing
Data Access and Testing
Risks ofRelying on DataReliability
Summary and Conclusions
Survival of Audit
Auditasa Learning Organization Auditor Empowerment

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About the author (2009)

David Coderre has over twenty years of experience in internal audit, management consulting, policy development, management information systems, system development, and application implementation areas. He is currently President of CAATS (Computer-Assisted Analysis Techniques and Solutions). He is the author of three highly regarded books on using data analysis for audit and fraud detection.

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