The Office of University Audits provides various audit services throughout the University community. As part of an effort to help departments improve on their operational controls we have developed the following guides.
This guide defines the Red Flags of Fraud, describes how and why fraud happens, and gives you tips on how to spot it.
This guide covers the what, why, and how of documenting procedures. Download the pamphlet to help you improve documentation in your area.
Segregation of duties is a key management tool. When properly segregated, tasks and associated privileges for a specific business process are distributed among multiple employees. Learn more from our pamphlet.
In its business continuity plan, each unit should consider these priority functions and describe its business continuity measures to ensure that the processes supporting these functions continue to work.
Sometimes the best way to explain a concept is through examples. To help illustrate some audit concepts, University Audits has prepared 5 case studies. Sometimes the best way to explain a concept is through examples. To help illustrate some audit concepts, University Audits has prepared 5 case studies.
Here are some examples of recent fraud cases, presented for your awareness and to get you thinking about the risk of fraud in your unit and what controls you have in place to prevent it or detect it in a timely way.
This guide describes the universe of best practices (general and specific) for controlling information technology.