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CHAPTER 9 Auditing Computer-Based Information Systems
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THE NATURE OF AUDITING Types of Internal Auditing Work Three different types of audits are commonly performed. Examines reliability and integrity of accounting records (financial and operating).
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THE NATURE OF AUDITING Types of Internal Auditing Work Three different types of audits are commonly performed. Reviews the controls of an AIS to assess: Compliance with internal control policies and procedures; and Effectiveness in safeguarding assets.
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THE NATURE OF AUDITING Types of Internal Auditing Work Three different types of audits are commonly performed. Studies economical and efficient use of resources and accomplishment of established goals and objectives.
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Question The __________ audit examines the reliability and integrity of accounting records. a) financial b) informational c) information systems d) operational
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Question The __________ audit reviews the general and application controls of an AIS to assess its compliance with
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2009 for the course BUSACC 1236 taught by Professor Hughes during the Fall '09 term at Pittsburgh.

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