Tallahassee Chapter - Institute of Internal Auditors
June 26, 2014 Training/Luncheon
Our QUARTERLY training luncheon meeting will be held on Thursday, June 26, 2014, at the Capital City Country Club from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please plan to arrive at 10:50 a.m. to complete our registration process.
We are pleased to have Jim Pelletier, CIA, CGAP - Director, IIA's American Center for Government Auditing.
On June 26, Jim will present the following topics to IIA's Tallahassee Chapter:
· Introduction to The IIA's American Center for Government Auditing (ACGA): The Institute of Internal Auditors launched the ACGA in March 2014 to advance the professional practice of auditing in the public sector by delivering high-quality, low-cost professional development, networking opportunities, and thought leadership. This interactive session will cover the goals and objectives of the ACGA and how the ACGA will benefit the profession.
· Pulse of the Profession for the Public Sector: Annually, The IIA's Audit Executive Center conducts a Pulse of the Profession study looking at current trends and emerging issues in the profession. This session will include the results from survey participants who are in the public sector and will focus on how the current trends and emerging issues identified in the survey impact the realization of audit's value.
· The session will also include an overview of three critical topics that are currently affecting the profession: the application of the three lines of defense model, the career path to CAE, and information security.
Please join us for a great learning opportunity and receive two hours of Continued Professional Education credit and a great lunch. The training luncheon agenda will be posted on our website shortly. We look forward to seeing you at the Training Luncheon.
Jim came to the ACGA with more than 15 years of auditing experience in the public and private sectors. Jim served as city auditor for the City of Palo Alto, Calif., and was the chief of audits for the County of San Diego. His diverse auditing experience also includes roles at the California State University System, PETCO Animal Supplies, Inc., State Street Corporation, and General Electric.
An active volunteer for The IIA, Jim has served on the global Public Sector Committee and was the Government Relations Chair for The IIA's San Diego Chapter. In 2008, while serving as a senior audit manager for the County of San Diego, Jim won The IIA's prestigious John B. Thurston Award for outstanding paper in the field of internal auditing for his article "Adding Risk Back Into the Audit Process."
Capital City Country Club
1601 Golf Terrace Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32301