AIS HW - discuss internal control weaknesses and process...

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2:10-3:00pm Chapter 8 Homework: #’s 4, 6, 10 October 8, 2011 Questions: Levels of CMM 4.) Levels Chaotic: everyone for themselves Chaotic; Cathy maintains her company’s accounting records in a three-ring binder. Answer: E, H Repeatable: A major milestone with specific deliverables; Evan decides to start recording transactions in a general journal, but doesn’t tell anyone in the organization he’s doing so. Answer: B Defined: project standards developed from organizational standards; Klaus develops a procedures manual to promote consistency in transaction processing , Answer: D, G Managed: Processes measured and evaluated; Fallon sets a goal of closing nominal accounts in the AIS within two days of the close of each quarter. Answer A Optimized: Pervasive attitude of quality; Management of RTC Corporation meets monthly to
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Unformatted text preview: discuss internal control weaknesses and process improvement based on employee suggestions. Answer: C, F 6. Requirement Analysis a.) 1.) What type of inventory is being tracked? 2.) What internal controls do you want for the system? 3.) What users will have access to the database? 4.) What kind of design do you want for the system? 5.) How easy should they system be made? b.) 1.) What information will be included in the system? 2.) What users will have access to the system? 3.) What internal controls will be included in the system? 4.) How feasible should the system be made? 5.) The design for the system? 10. Multiple Choices 1. I 2. C 3. H 4. B 5. G 6. F 7. E 8. A 9. J 10. D...
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