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1, The books were closed for auditing.
2, Internal auditing is rapidly growing in importance.
3, That could be some time coming. commentary Can auditing work without a break with tradition?
4, Programme evaluation, through effectiveness auditing, is measuring the extent to which goals have been attained.
5, External and internal auditing Internal auditors are appointed by the directors.
6, Du Pont trained 180 managers in safety auditing and this is now cascading down through the workforce.
7, Voluntary assistance in preparing and auditing accounts could become hard to come by.
8, Subsequently, the company agreed to independent auditing and has returned to profitability.
9, The Future Development of Auditing deserves to provoke a fundamental debate.
10, However, auditing or data processing experience and college education may be substituted for up to 3 years.
11, Finally, the Workstation Auditing Module tracks equipment configuration,(http://sentencedict.com/auditing.html) and also provides software and hardware inventory features.
12, Otherwise auditing as a career will become even more unattractive to prospective members than it is already.
13, Our study identified 167 firms auditing this population of companies in 1992.
14, Documents can be tracked to ensure they were received, thus improving auditing capabilities.
15, We need to look elsewhere, therefore, to understand how public sector auditing differs from private sector auditing.
16, Many senior corporation executives have a background in accounting, internal auditing, or finance.
17, Applications of special interest to accountants include voice annotated balance sheets and accounts, and remote auditing and stock taking.
18, Further uniformity was assured by a single system for auditing the numerous accounts rendered each year by the different financial agencies.
19, That paper found no hard evidence linking predatory pricing and negligent auditing.
20, Specifically, ValuJet did not initially meet Defense Department standards for maintenance, training and internal auditing, he said.
21, Originally developed as a means to ensure compliance with regulations, environmental auditing now has a much wider remit for many companies.
22, Most employers also prefer applicants who are familiar with computers and their applications in accounting and internal auditing.
23, A major decision would have to be taken on whether to include financial reporting as well as auditing.
24, According to the new law local parliaments would be empowered to conduct inspection and auditing of local governments.
25, The gist of the auditors' criticism is that this is primarily a financial reporting problem rather than an auditing one.
26, Particular interests lie in masonry structures, light-weight steel building systems, cladding, energy management and auditing(sentencedict.com), and energy awareness.
27, Finally, beyond a certain degree of complexity, a means for formally auditing the complete risk management process will be required.
28, In addition to the statutory requirements, the form and content of an audit report is governed by requirements laid down in auditing standards.
29, Richard Stevenson Managing for a better environment Companies are increasingly turning to environmental auditing to help them fulfil their responsibilities.
30, Major multinational manufacturers have pioneered the field of environmental auditing.
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