Office of Internal Auditing
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF INTERNAL AUDITING…?
Internal Auditors' roles include monitoring, assessing, and analyzing organizational risk and controls; we are charged with examining and evaluating the policies, procedures, and systems which are in place to ensure: the reliability and integrity of information; compliance with policies, plans, laws, and regulations; the safeguarding of assets; and, the economical and efficient use of resources. Working in partnership with management, internal auditors provide the Board of Trustees by way of the Accounting/Audit Committee, and executive management assurance that risks are mitigated and that the College power of governing is strong and effective. And, when there is room for improvement, internal auditors make recommendations for enhancing processes, policies, and procedures." In simpler words, we're here to help
The mission of internal audit is to assess and monitor the College community in the discharge of their oversight, management, and operating responsibilities in relation to governance processes, the systems of internal controls, and compliance with laws, regulations and College policies including those related to ethical conduct by providing relevant, timely, independent, and objective assurance, advisory and investigative services using a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate risk and improve the effectiveness of control and governance processes. These services assist the College in evaluating and improving business risk management and governance processes.
The nature and scope of services provided by the College Internal Auditor include audits, reviews, management advisory service, consulting and investigations. We are committed to upholding the values of integrity, respect, excellence and service in the performance of our duties.