Charter School Audit Guide 2015

by Optimization with an Impact (OpIm)

Government Auditing Standards for Deficiencies in Internal Control – 7.19 states “…When auditors detect deficiencies in internal control that are not significant to the objectives of the audit but warrant the attention of those charged with governance, they should include those deficiencies either in the report or communicate those deficiencies in writing to audited entity officials. Auditors should refer to that written communication in the audit report if the written communication is separate from the audit report. When auditors detect deficiencies that do warrant the attention of those charged with governance, the determination of whether and how to communicate such deficiencies to audited entity officials is a matter of professional judgment.”

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