"10 Reason's Controls Break Down...
And What the Auditors Can Do About It"
April 22, 2014
Registration is now closed
||Tuesday, April 22, 2014|
||12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET|
||$35 Non Members|
Business best practices,
government regulations, and accounting standards all require that organizations
build and document sound internal control procedures and behaviors. And
maintaining those internal controls and daily actions is every bit as important
as setting them up and writing them down. Yet despite best efforts, controls
still have a tendency to fail over time. Not every control every day, but too
many controls on too many days.
This session will describe the real reasons
controls fail, and provide specific examples and suggestions that auditors,
managers and key control employees can use to reduce exposures from control
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|Recommended CPE Credit(s)
|Prerequisite & Advance Preparation
|Method of Presentation
||Group Internet Based|
|Field of Study
Space is limited to the first 100 registrants. Registration closes, April 21 at 10:00 am or sooner if the event reaches capacity.
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