Audit Process - HR AUDIT PROGRAM AUDIT PROCESS STEP 1 AUDIT...

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HR A UDIT P ROGRAM A UDIT P ROCESS S TEP 1: A UDIT S UBJECT M ATTER S ELECTION ! Leadership direction ! Senior-level management direction ! Priority rating assigned following risk analysis ! Agency suggestions ! Special requests from other DAS divisions or HRSD sections ! HR Audit Advisory Group recommendations Note: Steps 2 through 4 typically take three to six months to complete. S TEP 2: P LAN A UDIT ! Create a preliminary audit schedule. ! Meet with other Division or Department staff to gain information pertinent to the review, as appropriate. ! Conduct surveys or other research that will indicate the appropriate audit scope and purpose definition. ! Send electronic message to HRList subscribers announcing preparation for upcoming audit, providing the preliminary audit schedule, and requesting input on potential impacts to agency operations allowing two weeks for response. ! Agencies identify potential impacts on agency operations that need to be considered during the upcoming audit and feedback on the preliminary audit schedule.
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