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Auditor"s study and evaluation of internal control in EDP systems

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Computer Services Executive Committee.

Auditor"s study and evaluation of internal control in EDP systems

by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Computer Services Executive Committee.

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Published by American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Accounting -- Data processing.,
  • Auditing.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by the Computer Services Executive Committee, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
    SeriesAudit and accounting guide
    The Physical Object
    Pagination67 p. :
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14144730M

    the role of auditors in computerized accounting systems tables of content chapter one: introduction statement of problem statement of hypothesis significance of the problem limitation of the study chapter two review of literature historical review needs for computer in audit today. Case study in auditing: a case study on internal control and evidence gathering, with emphasis on the application of judgment in audit decision making Donald H. Taylor, G. William Glezen Wiley, Apr 5, - Business & Economics - pages.

    EDP Audit and Control Redux Over the past few years, as a result of my writing and speaking, I’ve sometimes been labeled as a visionary, as someone who evangelizes BPM at the ,foot level. But, I confess, I’ve spent much of my career at ground level, sometimes even lower, programming SPS machineFile Size: KB. system in public sector organizations, but research regarding internal control systems in private sector has been limited. Furthermore, in Estonian business environment appears a need for testing the evaluation methods of internal control over financial reporting and benchmarking the results against best practices.

    1. Introduction. Evaluation of the strength of the internal audit function (IAF) has taken on increased significance due to stronger regulation around the evaluation of internal controls after SOX () (Desai et al., ).When the IAF is strong, external auditors may choose to rely on their work (Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), , International Cited by: 1. The review and evaluation of internal accounting control systems has always been a major task to auditors and management due to the professional, legal, and economic concerns.


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Auditor's Study and Evaluation of Internal Control in Edp Systems. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Format: Paperback.

Auditor's study and evaluation of internal control in EDP systems. New York: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Computer Services Executive Committee. OCLC Number: Description: 67 pages.

Start studying Audit Exam Chapter 5: Internal Control Evaluation. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. This book may be outdated, but gives a very good overview of the edp audit discipline.

I notice a very critical review of this book but I can submit as a IT Risk Management professional that audit is all about controls and hence there would be mechanisms for checks on /5(2). AuditNet, the global resource for auditors and premier site is a one stop portal for audit topics with more than 3, audit templates and tools for subscribers.

Sample audit programs, questionnaires, control matrices, surveys on integrating. Identified internal control deficiencies should be reported in a timely manner to the appropriate management level and addressed promptly.

Material internal control deficiencies should be reported to senior management and the board of directors.

Evaluation of Internal Control Systems by Supervisory Authorities Principle File Size: 82KB. • Internal control is a process. • It’s a means to an end, not an end in itself. -Geared toward the achievement of objectives • Internal control is affected by people at every level.

-Not merely policy manuals and forms • Provides reasonable, not absolute assurance. internal control system has an essential role to play in a firm’s success (Jokipii, ); in line with the above issue, effective internal control system could also play an important role in the effectiveness of internal auditors particularly at local Size: KB.

Auditors are specifically expected to understand controls that address “significant” risks. These are identified and assessed for risks of material misstatement that, in the auditor’s professional judgment, require special audit consideration.

Examples include control activities 1) relevant to the risk of fraud or 2) over journal entries. An evaluation of internal control involves an examination of the effectiveness of an organization's system of internal controls.

By engaging in this evaluation, an auditor can determine the extent of other tests that must be performed in order to arrive at an opinion regarding the fairness of the entity's financial statements.A robust system of internal controls.

tion and evaluation of internal controls, are not considered in this paper. A Survey of the Study Internal control of EDP systems will be discussed and devel­ oped with regard to organizational controls, documentation and systems controls, procedural controls, and audit controls. Chapter II will consist of a description of the type of con­.

Internal auditors obtain an understanding of controls and perform tests of controls to: a. detect material misstatements in account balances b. reduce control risk to an acceptably low level. evaluate the design adequacy and operating effectiveness of the controls. assess the inherent risks associated with transactions.

Case Study 1 Auditing Entity-Level Controls LEARNING OBJECTIVES Describe why entity-level controls are a critical component of a system of internal controls.

Understand how to use the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission’s (COSO’s) 17 basic internal control principles to evaluate entity-level Size: KB.

EDP-AUDIT ENVIRONMENT The statement of auditing standards No. I (SAS 1) embodies the auditor's responsibility with respect to the ac-counting information system in general [AICPA, ].

In an EDP environment the second standard of field work relating to theproper study and evaluation of the existing internal control.," can be.

inary evaluations of internal control in actual audit engagements. Although the auditor is required to make a study and evaluation of the existing system of internal control for the purpose of deter-mining the amount of reliance that may be placed on the system (SAS Sec 1), a variety of approaches to and descrip.

delays. Thus, an internal control evaluation can show how well risk mitigation strategies are working and which strategies may need improvement. Ultimately, internal control evaluations serve as a tool to gauge the performance of a mission-based area.

Internal control, internal audit and risk management. Internal control is under the Board of Director's responsibility. Internal control's function is, famong other things, to ensure the efficiency and profitability of operations, the reliability of information, and adhering to rules and regulations.

Internal control is a part of day-to-day management and company administration. Gain insight into emerging trends: control self-assessment, risk-based auditing, and management reporting on internal controls.

Calling All Auditing staff, supervisors, and managers seeking first-hand experience and practical guidance as they select and implement the COSO framework in their own organizations. Management's internal control report must include management's assessment of the effectiveness of the company's: internal control over financial reporting as of the most recent fiscal period, including a statement about if it is effective: Management's internal control report must include a statement that the company's auditors have issued an.

EDPACS THE EDP AUDIT, CONTROL, AND SECURITY NEWSLETTER APRIL VOL. 41, NO. 4 INTERNAL AUDIT’S ROLE IN CONTINUOUS MONITORING MICHAEL P. CANGEMI Continuous Monitoring (CM) is an evolving use of technology to improve operations integrity and information and transaction quality.

This article pleads for internal auditorsFile Size: KB. practice of internal auditors (SPPIA) has significant influence of the component of internal control system of some listed companies in Malaysia.

Compliance of the SPPIA is therefore an indication that there is quality internal control system. 3. Methodology Research design This article employed descriptive and correlation Size: KB.The current study evaluated whether a control-objective or transaction-flow knowledge structure led to higher performance in the review of internal controls by EDP auditors.

EDP auditors, using control reviews and computerized auditing systems, are responsible for evaluating the integrity of data processed by computers.References to audits or auditors throughout this manual include both financial and performance audits or auditors.

The approach consists of: (1) planning the audit, (2) gaining an understanding of the internal control structure, (3) planning to test EDP controls, (4) testing application controls, (5) testing general controls.