Review the simulated business documentation, including policies and procedures in the
document ‘Max Lionel Realty.docx’. Review templates contained in the document
‘Project planning templates.docx’ for possible use or adaptation in completing project
I already reviewed the ‘Max Lionel Realty’ and ‘Project planning templates which is
simulated business documentation that provided in folders.
Review the scenario information provided in Appendix 2.
I already reviewed the scenario information provided in Appendix 2 that provided the
Determine monitoring and record-keeping system requirements from scenario for
project as planned.
Generally, organisations undertake two types of monitoring activities to understand how the
organisation is performing and to identify those areas which require further attention. The
two types of monitoring activities are compliance monitoring and performance monitoring.
Compliance is defined as 'adhering to the requirements of laws, industry and organizational
standards and codes, principles of good governance and accepted community and ethical
standards'. (AS 3806 - 2006:
, section 1.3.3)
Compliance monitoring and compliance auditing aim to establish whether a process or
procedure is carried out in conformance with relevant external requirements, whether set
through legislation, regulations or directions. It involves examining, at a fairly
straightforward level, how organisations 'do something' and confirming 'compliance' with
criteria. (CB029 - 2003,
The Audit Skills Handbook
, section 1.8)
Public offices should regularly assess their conformity with the obligations of the State
Records Act and the associated standards and codes of best practice to ensure that the
organisation is compliant and that issues of non-compliance are corrected.