Presentations

Quick Start (July 2016)

This presentation will help you learn more about your Internal Audit Division including:

• Types of audits we perform and our involvement in special projects and other management initiatives
• Our approach to choosing audits, conducting audits, and communicating results and recommendations
• Helpful information related to misuse, common issue trends we observe, and training/awareness opportunities available

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Tools and Tips for Minimizing Risks, CES West District (November 2012)

This presentation is designed to increase your awareness of our CES Self Assessment Tools (C-SAT) which seek to maximize your ability to ensure adherence to university policies, compliance to federal and state mandates. Specific C-SAT areas covered include:

• Receipt Self Assessment Tool
• Disbursement Self Assessment Tool
• Timesheet Self Assessment Tool
• Contracts and Grants Self Assessment Tool
• Business Practices Self Assessment Tool
• Computing Device and Data Security Self Assessment Tool

The presentation also touches on fraud awareness to assist you in preventing, identifying, and reporting fraud.

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Fraud Awareness

These presentations will raise your awareness of fraud and inform you of the various ways to report suspected fraud at NCSU.

Click HERE for the presentation given during the HR Connections meeting. (November 2012)

Click HERE for the presentation given during the Research Support Council meeting. (May 2013)


College of Engineering and Internal Audit: A “Do It Right” partnership (August 2010)

Internal Audit’s goal is to be the University’s partner in balancing risk and recommending solutions through flexible, proactive consultation and assessments to facilitate compliance. This presentation was designed to educate you about performing self assessments of your unit’s operations in order to:

• Help you review your processes (either in whole or in part); identify areas of risk, potential fraud, or where additional oversight or training may be needed; and document your plan to correct the issues you’ve identified
• Provide you resources to answer your questions (e.g., campus contacts, training opportunities, and relevant policies and procedures) and see best practices

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RSC and Internal Audit: A “Do It Right” partnership (July 2010)

This presentation will increase your awareness of common contracts and grants related audit issues. It also provides helpful information related to conducting a contracts and grants self assessment to:

• Help you review your processes (either in whole or in part) and identify your issue areas
• Conduct a review (of all or some parts) of a specific grant
• Provide you resources to answer your questions
• Document your plan to correct the issues you’ve identified

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Cooperative Extension Service (CES) and Internal Audit: A “Do It Right” Partnership

This presentation was designed to educate you about performing self assessments of your units operations. We recommend units perform self assessments to help identify: areas of risks; potential fraud; areas that need additional oversight; relevant policies and procedures; areas for training needs; gray areas. To assist you once you’ve identified these areas, we’ve provided you with some recommended “How To’s” to help guide you to solutions (e.g., training opportunities, best practice flowcharts, and relevant policies and procedures).

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Ethics in Leadership Class

Click HERE for the List of Key Resources