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Creating an Internal Audit Competency Process for the Public Sector (Practice Guide)

Practice Guides provide detailed guidance for conducting internal audit activities. They include detailed processes and procedures, such as tools and techniques, programs, and step-by-step approaches, as well as examples of deliverables. Practice Guides are part of The IIA's International Professional Practices Framework. As part of the Strongly Recommended category of guidance, compliance is not mandatory, but it is strongly recommended and the guidance is endorsed by The IIA through formal review and approval process.

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This Practice Guide is provided as a service to members of The IIA.

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Practice Guides provide detailed guidance for conducting internal audit activities. They include detailed processes and procedures, such as tools and techniques, programs, and step-by-step approaches, as well as examples of deliverables. Practice Guides are part of The IIA's International Professional Practices Framework. As part of the Strongly Recommended category of guidance, compliance is not mandatory, but it is strongly recommended and the guidance is endorsed by The IIA through formal review and approval process.

 

 

 

National, regional, and local level public sector internal audit activities work with government officials, boards, CEOs, and management on behalf of taxpayers, consumers of government services, and the general public. The audit function’s effectiveness is impacted by unique public sector characteristics, including: 

  • The demand for a high level of transparency and performance.
  • The usual absence of a profit motive.
  • A wide variety of organizational forms (e.g., national, regional, and local governments and quasi-governmental and international government organizations).
  • Complex legal frameworks for governing bodies.

This practice guide complements the Internal Audit Capability Model by providing specific guidance on developing, implementing, and sustaining an IA-CP to ensure that the organization’s audit function has the collective knowledge, skills, and other competencies necessary to complete planned audits and to support the audit function as it evolves. The Internal Audit Competency Process attempts to match the capability level of the audit function with the internal auditor competencies needed to support it.

Item Number: 10.1190.dl

This Practice Guide is provided as a service to members of The IIA.

IIA members: Please LOGIN to download a FREE copy (PDF).

Non-members: Add this item to your shopping cart to purchase a copy for download.

Learn more about the value of an IIA Membership.

 

Practice Guides provide detailed guidance for conducting internal audit activities. They include detailed processes and procedures, such as tools and techniques, programs, and step-by-step approaches, as well as examples of deliverables. Practice Guides are part of The IIA's International Professional Practices Framework. As part of the Strongly Recommended category of guidance, compliance is not mandatory, but it is strongly recommended and the guidance is endorsed by The IIA through formal review and approval process.

 

 

 

National, regional, and local level public sector internal audit activities work with government officials, boards, CEOs, and management on behalf of taxpayers, consumers of government services, and the general public. The audit function’s effectiveness is impacted by unique public sector characteristics, including: 

  • The demand for a high level of transparency and performance.
  • The usual absence of a profit motive.
  • A wide variety of organizational forms (e.g., national, regional, and local governments and quasi-governmental and international government organizations).
  • Complex legal frameworks for governing bodies.

This practice guide complements the Internal Audit Capability Model by providing specific guidance on developing, implementing, and sustaining an IA-CP to ensure that the organization’s audit function has the collective knowledge, skills, and other competencies necessary to complete planned audits and to support the audit function as it evolves. The Internal Audit Competency Process attempts to match the capability level of the audit function with the internal auditor competencies needed to support it.

Item Number: 10.1190.dl