Welcome to the Office of Internal Audit and Compliance Briefing, a summary report of highlights from our recent work within the University System of Georgia. We plan to publish multiple times a year, with the hopes of providing our stakeholders a clear depiction of our recent engagements, findings, and recommendations. Each issue will contain several articles describing a recent audit topic, our related work, and the results of the audit program along with our recommendations to management.
Our goal is to provide this information to external audit partners at USG institutions and other stakeholders, illustrating several examples of common findings, as well as practical solutions designed to resolve these issues. While we will not focus on the institutions themselves, we will provide the relevant details of our audit findings and their related recommendations, especially for those issues that appear to affect USG as an enterprise operation. In this issue, we will discuss some of our recent efforts related to Major Repair and Renovation funds, financial aid purge protections, and identity access and management.
We hope that you find the Briefing to be both informative and illustrative of the work of OIAC. As always, we enjoy hearing from you, and welcome any thoughts or feedback about this publication, including future article ideas or coverage of specific topics. Thank you for reading.
Sincerely, John M. Fuchko, III Chief Audit Officer and Associate Vice Chancellor
Posted by John Fuchko, III
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Posted by OIAC
March 28, 2013
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October 25, 2012