Do you need to know what is important about the changes to the internal control requirements for performance auditors in the 2018 Yellow Book? This course will give you the insight you need to get prepared before you begin your next audit.
As of the summer of 2019, performance auditors following GAGAS are required to amp up their internal control documentation and reporting to include both the 17 principles and 5 components of internal control described in the Green Book. Learn what the new requirements are and what you can do to comply. We will review tools and forms that you can customize to work for your team.
- Determine which internal control documentation requirements are mandatory and which are ideal
- Associate the components of the Green Book/COSO model to the related principles
- Define new reporting requirements
- Assess whether your team’s current tools contain all necessary components to ensure compliance with the new GAGAS performance audit rules for internal control documentation
- Review tools that you can customize to use during your audits
Program level: Intermediate
Instructional method: Group live instruction
NASBA Category of Study: Auditing (Governmental)
Prerequisites: More than one year of auditing experience
Advance preparation: Review of sections Group 8.39-8.54 and 9.29-9.34 of the 2018 GAGAS performance audit chapters
Who should attend: Performance auditors following the 2018 Yellow Book
Recommended CPE credit: 8 hours of NASBA qualified hours that counts toward the 24 hour Yellowbook CPE requirements.
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