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Global Technology Audit Guide (GTAG) 12: Auditing IT Projects

Internal audit can play a positive role in helping the IT department strengthen its relationship with other business units and avoid wasted money and resources. This practice guide is a valuable resource.

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Auditing IT Projects provides an overview of techniques for effectively engaging with project teams and management to assess the risks related to IT projects.

Learn more about the value of an IIA Membership. 

Insufficient attention to the challenges inherent in any project can result in wasted money and resources, loss of trust, and reputation damage. Early involvement by internal auditors can help ensure positive results and the accompanying benefits. They can:
  • Serve as a bridge between individual business units and the IT function.
  • Point out previously unidentified risks.
  • Recommend controls for enhancing outcomes.
 
This Practice Guide includes:
  • Key project management risks.
  • How the internal audit activity can actively participate in the review of projects while maintaining independence.
  • Five key components of IT projects for internal auditors to consider when building an audit approach.
  • Types of project audits.
  • A suggested list of questions for use in the IT project assessment
 For more information on the GTAG series, visit our website.

 

Item Number: 10.1176.DL

Auditing IT Projects provides an overview of techniques for effectively engaging with project teams and management to assess the risks related to IT projects.

Learn more about the value of an IIA Membership. 

Insufficient attention to the challenges inherent in any project can result in wasted money and resources, loss of trust, and reputation damage. Early involvement by internal auditors can help ensure positive results and the accompanying benefits. They can:
  • Serve as a bridge between individual business units and the IT function.
  • Point out previously unidentified risks.
  • Recommend controls for enhancing outcomes.
 
This Practice Guide includes:
  • Key project management risks.
  • How the internal audit activity can actively participate in the review of projects while maintaining independence.
  • Five key components of IT projects for internal auditors to consider when building an audit approach.
  • Types of project audits.
  • A suggested list of questions for use in the IT project assessment
 For more information on the GTAG series, visit our website.

 

Item Number: 10.1176.DL