procedures with complete transparency. Evidence that would indicate operating efficiency: Achieving the desired goals and objectives set up by the management would indicate operational efficiency. Communication will be effective between management and employees. Integral values and ethical code of conduct will be enforced in every department. Daily goals will be met due to efficient organizational structure and objective guidance on mitigating risks. Also, policies and procedures will become more transparent. Controls to monitor results of operations: Analyzing deviation from desired results to actual results can be used to determine the extent of operational efficiency of internal controls. External auditors can monitor the results and assess the organization’s internal control. They can provide an unbiased and objective opinion on the operation efficiency of internal controls. If a flaw or issue or any area that can be improvised is determined by the internal/external auditor, the management must take immediate action to resolve the issue. Requirements of part B: A.