What is an audit, why do we undertake project audits and how does it differ from other assurance methods? The answer to these and other related questions can be found in the latest APM publication, A Guide to Project Auditing.
Written by the APM’s Assurance SIG, the guide explains the role of an audit, how it can be planned and undertaken, and the degrees of assurance that can be given.
To help readers, A Guide to Project Auditing includes a number of resources (12 charts and tables) designed to help perform an audit review of a project, and identify the associated risks and control measures.
The guide authors say: “This guide is principally intended for use by project auditors in developing an audit approach to the review and assurance of projects… it is also intended to be of value to anyone involved in the management and administration of projects.”
Readers may also be interested in A Guide to Integrated Assurance and Directing Change – A Guide to Governance of Project Management.
Author: APM Assurance SIG
Publication Date: 01-May-2018
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