418OH - Today's Topic GAO Code of Conduct GAO General...

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Today’s Topic GAO Code of Conduct GAO General Standards
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Ethical Principles Public interest – the collective well-being of the community auditors serve Integrity Objectivity – being independent, free from conflicts of interest Professional behavior – put forth honest effort & follow technical and professional standards
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Integrity Ethical – in the public interest Objective Fact-based Nonpartisan Nonideological
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Individuals Requesting Audit Honest Candid Constructive Example: AFAA – base commanders work with local AFAA units to identify areas for audit each year Goal of working with the commanders to help improve AF operations and compliance with AF regulations
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No personal gain Classified information Transparency vs. discretion Many gov’t auditors have clearance
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Independence
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course ACIS 3414 taught by Professor Yardley during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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