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Continuing on with my monthly description of the different workstreams within the Assurance SIG; the last (but not least) two workstreams are the Auditing of Projects and Interfaces workstreams.

Some types of assurance activities tends to be well-defined (e.g. safety assurance) but many (most?) are not.  Project Auditing, in particular, is not well defined generally.  We know that it isnt just checking compliance against standards and procedures, but if an organisation is to audit projects consistently (and effectively), how should it go about it? 

In 2010, the Auditing workstream developed a guidance paper on project auditing for the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (CIIA), entitled: An introduction to projects and project auditing, and this has now been published by them as their definitive guidance on the topic.

The workstream are now developing a Guide to Project Auditing, which will cover approaches, methods and the required skills, knowledge and experience of the auditor.

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  1. Gary Coleman
    Gary Coleman 14 August 2011, 09:02 PM

    NaveedLocal Partnerships brings together cross functional teams from the public sector to review high risk/value projects.Link to the gateway review process pages below; am a reviewer and have managed projects subject to the process. Hopefully the information available on the Local Partnerships website will be of use to you.RegardsGary