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e. Which of the following is an example of a typical processing control technique? 1) Anticipatory controls such as a required field value 2) Assigning and automated tracking of transaction sequence numbers 3) Checking of control totals for completeness of output 4) Use of electronic signatures to authorize the recording of a transaction f. Which of the following is a limitation of comprehensive auditing? g. In assessing systems and controls of the purchasing department, which of the following factors is an indicator of a weakness in the procedures to determine needs? h. Which of the following statements is used in the definition of internal auditing to refer to the expression of an opinion that the organization’s management understands risk exposure and implements appropriate risk management? i. Which of the following concepts refers to the relationship based on the obligation to demonstrate and take responsibility for performance in light of agreed-upon expectations? 1) Accountability 2) Corroboration 3) Governance 4) Replication j. Which of the following items should be reviewed in the planning of an audit of the cashier’s department?