Ted Keys Award    

This award — named in honor of the late Elmer Theodore Keys Jr., a long-time regular writer for an Internal Auditor magazine department — is presented each year for the most outstanding article submitted to one of the magazine’s departments. Winning articles are selected for outstanding quality, clear presentation of ideas, practicality, and relevance to the continuing practice of internal auditing.

2013 Ted Keys Award Winner

“Institutional Memory” (“Back to Basics,” February 2012)
David O'Regan, CIA, FCA

2013 Honorable Mentions

“What's in a Name?” (“Governance Perspectives,” December 2012)
Michael Cangemi, CPA 

“Emerging Risk Audits“ (“Risk Watch,” June 2012)
 Amelia Ho, CIA, CA, CISA, CFE    

“Audit Finding Fundamentals” ("Back to Basics,” October 2012)
Bernice Lemaire, CPA, CIA, CISA, CFE

“The Right Stuff” (“ITAudit,” June 2012)
Steve Mar, CFSA    

“A Fine Source of New Board Directors” (“Governance Perspectives,” August 2012)
 Norman Marks, CPA, CRMA    

“An IT Governance Confusion Solution” (“Governance Perspectives,” February 2012)
Steve Romero



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