Come early and come hungry! May 22nd will be morning training on risk assessment and we will be serving you a breakfast buffet. The buffet will include a hearty fare of juices, fresh fruit, scrambled eggs with cheese, eggs benedict, bacon, sausage, country biscuits and gravy, hash browns, french toast, coffee and hot tea! Breakfast will start at 8:00 a.m. to give people a chance to eat before the session begins.
There will also be training offered by Pam McCoy to discuss some of the top findings from the IIA in 2012 and 2013. She will tell us what the deficiencies are and what technology is available to easily address these findings:
1. A disconnect continues between risks identified/assessed in the Risk Assessment and those included in Audits/ Projects.
2. Ensuring findings from 3rd party reviews/audits should be included in the follow up process.
3. Review of audit/engagement work should be more timely.
Pam will show how technology should enable these processes, as well as engage the audience with a question and answer session to help auditors understand the practical application of technology to address these common problems in internal audit.
The speaker will be Pamela McCoy CPA, CIA, CISA. Pam is the Director of Federal Government Practice at Wolters Kluwer Financial Services. She received a Master of Science in Accounting from George Mason University – School of Management and has 23 years of experience from work as an auditor for the Air Force Audit Agency to Director at Pricewaterhouse Coopers and CCH. Pam enjoys hiking, weight lifting, and Redskins football.