Memo - things better or easier. When there is increased...

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Memo To: Nonfinancial Audience From: Samantha Bradley Date: 07:04:05 Re: increasing scrutiny and demand for accountability by the public has influenced reporting for not-for-profit and governmental entities “Public administration theory suggests that increased accountability in the public sector influences the auditor to lower materiality levels; thereby increasing the audit sample size; which decreases the likelihood of an inappropriate opinion”(Sinason, D). When something is being examined so closely we tend to find mistakes or even different approaches to make
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Unformatted text preview: things better or easier. When there is increased scrutiny and demand for accountability by the public it makes it like there is a magnifying glass on that particular entity. Sometimes this could be a bad thing because there could be mistakes while going through certain documents and statements. This could also be a good thing because it could make people see there are easier ways of reporting and doing other things within the entity. Reference: http://www.allbusiness.com/trends-events/audits/13480137-1.html 2...
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