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Articles from Internal Auditor (June 1, 2008)

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A broader array of skills: after years of narrowly focused compliance work, many audit departments are seeing a shift in priorities and a new set of skill requirements. Pryal, Michael 3266
Addressing IT risk: a chief audit executive considers what the results of a recent technology survey mean for her organization. Wijk, Eelco R. Van; Holmes, Timothy R. 1352
An uncertain protection: internal auditors may not be protected as corporate fraud whistleblowers under Sarbanes-Oxley Section 806. Hartley, Floyd R., Jr. 1280
Analyzing financial statements. Sciacca, John Letter to the editor 90
Audit committees focus on operational risk: FBI targets corporate corruption banking group proposes self-regulation for risks management transparency linked to ethical workforce financial restatements increase sharply. McCollum, T. 545
Banking organization proposes stronger risk focus. Cain, A. 359
Dancing around the issue. Kolman, Mark R. Letter to the editor 290
Effective report writing: with the right approach, practitioners can make sure their audit reports are informative and well-received. Gonzalez, Fernando 1754
Ethical workforce reflects honest management. Filipek, R. Brief article 324
Extracting energy from Sarbanes-Oxley: auditors at Chevron became internal consultants when management took responsibility for performing Sarbanes-Oxley compliance tests. Redmond, Gregory; Reiling, Michael; Miller, Patricia 2305
FBI expects more public fraud cases. Clemmons, D. Brief article 304
Filling the skills gap. Millage, Anne Editorial 429
Guide answers Section 404 questions. Clemmons, D. Brief article 245
Making a difference: the World Bank Group's Auditor General Carman Lapointe-Young says her team of auditors is playing its part in the organization's fight to end poverty. Baker, Neil Interview 2501
Partially responsible. Letter to the editor 735
PCAOB takes action on auditor independence. Cain, A. Brief article 259
Putting IT governance into action: as internal control experts, auditors can help turn desired IT strategies into reality. Rozek, Paul 1336
Reputations at risk: although not-for-profit organizations are a horse of a different color, auditors can help them tame fraud that can publicly impact their mission and drive donors away. Jackson, Russell A. 3554
Smart writing? Letter to the editor 483
Streamlining auditor attestation. Haimoff, Ilan 475
The auditor's role in mergers and acquisitions: companies often underestimate the importance of risk management during the M&A process. Dounis, Nikolaos P. 1770
The case for risk roundtables: organizations can improve their response to risk by creating a forum for risk managers to share their ideas. Smiechewicz, Walter 1412
The PCAOB 101. Olach, Tom Organization overview 2762
The rising star: an ambitious vice president uses his connections to prevent company officials from discovering his misdeeds. Edelman, Daniel 1450
The value of questioning. Hamill, Richard J. Letter to the editor 188
Treasury report examines financial restatements. McCollum, T. 467

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