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 June Meeting - How to Prepare for the External QAR: What Can We Learn From Recent Peer Review Reports? (David J. MacCabe)

Speaker Presentation
6/12/2013 11:30 AM
6/12/2013 1:00 PM
La Quinta Inn & Suites Medical Center (4431 Horizon Hill Blvd., San Antonio, TX 78230) |  

Learning Objectives:

·         Better understand the requirements of IIA Standard 1300 – Quality Assurance Improvement Program

·         Better understand the requirements of Government Auditing Standards 3.82-3.107 re: Quality Control and Assurance

·         Be familiar with the IIA’s QAIP Practice Guide

·         Learn about common QAR/ peer review issues and opportunities

·         Be familiar with the Standard 1311 internal assessment components

·         Ensure you are regularly reporting on your QAIP/QCS to the governance group

·         Develop an action plan to better prepare for your next QAR/ peer review experience​

Speaker Bio:

David J. MacCabe, CIA, CGAP, CRMA, MPA

Internal Audit Consultant

David J. MacCabe is an internal audit professional with 27 years’ experience as a chief audit executive at organizations including the Teacher Retirement System of Texas and the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Dave has also conducted and participated in over 50 external quality assurance reviews including Fortune 50 Corporations, state and local government organizations, public pension funds, and non-profits. He was the founding chair of the Texas State Agency Internal Audit Forum and a founding member of the IIA Austin Chapter. He has served IIA at the international level for 13 years as a member of the Educational Products Committee, IIA Research Foundation, and currently, the Committee on Research & Education Advisers.

He has facilitated seminars for the global IIA, various IIA chapters, the Texas State Auditor’s Office, Texas State University Certified Public Managers Program, and other professional groups. Dave’s favorite topics include CAE leadership, managing the audit staff, the human side of auditing, quality assurance reviews, ethics and governance, Audit Committee effectiveness, and building relationships with management.


  • Four-leaf Salad with Carrots, Cucumber, Tomatoes, and Cheddar Cheese served with two choices of dressing
  • Grilled Citrus Marinated Chicken with a Cilantro Cream Sauce, Garlic Mashers, and Grilled Seasonal Vegetables
  • Roll and Whipped Butter
  • New York Cheese Cake with a Seasonal Fruit Topping
  • Tea, Coffee, Water



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