Leaders Link

Published By The Institute of Internal Auditors   
September 2013

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2012 – 13 Chapter Achievement Program (CAP) Results2013 CAP Awards

 Congratulations to these seven (7) chapters who achieved the Platinum level for the first time!

  • Atlanta Chapter
  • Fox Valley/Central Wisconsin Chapter
  • Los Angeles Chapter
  • North Central Florida Chapter
  • Philadelphia Chapter
  • San Antonio Chapter
  • Southwest Virginia Chapter

Total achievements earned this past year include:  

  • 86 Platinum Winners
  • 36 Gold Winners
  • 11 Silver Winners
  •  4 Bronze Winners

A full list of chapter by CAP status winners for the year ending May 31, 2013 can be viewed by clicking here.

Previous Winners:

Click here to view the CAP Winners from 2003 to 2013.

The Chapter Achievement Program (CAP) is a recognition program for chapters in North America that uses points / credits to recognize chapter activities that align with the North American Strategic Plan in three service categories: Service to Members, Service to the Profession, and Chapter Administration. 

The chapter must earn the minimum CAP points in each of the three service categories to be recognized in the CAP program:

  • Service to Members: 325 CAP Points
  • Service to the Profession: 200 CAP Points
  • Chapter Administration: 160 CAP points 

Once the chapter has met or exceeded the minimum CAP requirements in the three service categories, the chapter will have reached the BRONZE performance level. A chapter can advance to SILVER or GOLD levels by accumulating the point levels noted below, made up of any combination of CAP points from the three service levels.  

  • BRONZE: 685 CAP Points
  • SILVER: 1,060 CAP Points
  • GOLD: 1,560 CAP Points

PLATINUM: This category recognizes chapters that attain GOLD status for 10 of 11 consecutive years. The chapter will continue to be recognized as Platinum each year thereafter if the chapter achieves the Gold CAP level for 10 of 11 consecutive years.

 

 



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2013 – 14 Chapter Achievement Program

The new 2013–14 Chapter Achievement Program (CAP) Template and CAP Point Descriptions are now available from the CAP Management Web page.

First-time CAP participants should view the CAP Webinar (54 minutes) by clicking here, or copy and paste the following into your internet browser: https://iiaevents.webex.com/iiaevents/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=TC&rID=39400447&act=pb&rKey=5a8b6073d0df2e29.

CAP is an Excel spreadsheet and planning tool used to measure the chapter’s performance. The spreadsheet is color coded: the area in gray is protected as it contains calculations and formulas; the unprotected blue area is for chapter administrators to record activities and credits each month.

Chapters earn credit throughout the chapter year for activities performed between June 1 and May 31. The report is due on the 10th of each month. Reporting is cumulative and the last report filed at year-end (June 10) will reflect a history of all activities for your chapter year.

*Note: The calculations within the spreadsheet work in conjunction with your chapter’s beginning membership count as of June 1 and this number remains the same throughout the chapter year. It is located on tab three of the CAP master file. (This chapter membership total excludes students and retired members.)

Thank you to those who pointed out the comments associated with cells K111 and K160 are incorrect; the formulas are correct.

If you have any CAP Questions or recommendations please email ChapterRelations@theiia.org.



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IIA Speaker Database

IIA Speaker Database

Did you know that on an annual basis IIA reviews Chapter Achievement Program (CAP) spreadsheets for potential speaker candidates? Individuals who received “excellent” reviews after a speaking engagement and who have a valid email address receive an invitation from IIA HQ to complete the speaker survey. Those who complete the process are added to your Speaker Database.

Take advantage of this resource updated quarterly, here: https://na.theiia.org/ch-leaders/Events/Pages/Speakers.aspx (you must log in to access the page). 

In addition to the Speaker Database, you will find a Speaker Considerations Checklist, information on IIA Principal Partners and Industry Leaders, and an Executive Speaker Request form. 



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Attention Acteva Users!

Some IIA Chapters have reported challenges collecting money from the event management company Acteva.  After checking with the Better Business Bureau, this appears to be a fairly widespread problem 

  • If you are currently using Acteva and have had challenges collecting your event registration fees, please send an email to legal@theiia.org (if you have not already done so) with 1) your chapter name, 2) the amount outstanding, and 3) any relevant documentation (a contract, email, receipts, etc.).NoActeva

For more information on Acteva from the Better Business Bureau, click here.  

IIA legal will review the information for possible inclusion in a consolidated complaint. However, based on publicly available information recovery of funds does not seem likely. 

Some additional information:

  • Acteva received an F on BBB’s rating system.
  • No fewer than 73 complaints have been filed against Acteva in the last year.

In addition, if you ever encounter persistent challenges with an organization, please contact ChapterRelations@theiia.org.



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2014 – 15 Call for Volunteers

The IIA is seeking qualified members who are willing to serve in the following positions for 2014–15: 

  • Executive Committee members
  • The IIA Research Foundation Board of Trustees
  • Committee Members, District Representatives, and District Advisors

The deadline for nominations for 2014–15 Board and Committee positions is November 1, 2013, so now is the time to complete and submit your nomination forms. Chapter leaders are encouraged to:

  • Nominate individuals who have the time, dedication, and ability to contribute to the future direction of the profession.
  • Share this message with your members.
  • Visit The IIA Call for Volunteers website for more information, qualifications and access to the automated nomination form.

E-mail Lori Gagnon, Acting Director, Governance, at governance@theiia.org with questions.



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Chapter Spotlight: San JoseIIA San Jose

After attending The IIA Leadership Conference in Orlando earlier this year, Erin Acock, CIA, was overwhelmingly inspired with the endless possibilities of improving the IIA–San Jose Chapter’s communication to their members and potential members.

Taking advice from the Conference’s breakout sessions, Erin distributed a survey to more than 900 members and non-member IA professionals in the San Jose area. The goal was to receive feedback on how her chapter could best support the profession in the Bay Area. Erin stated, “I was very pleased with the level and specificity of responses to help guide us through lots of exciting changes.”  

Erin added that she “learned what our members want to hear about and how.” This survey was the key driver in changing the IIA–San Jose Chapter’s newsletter to include an article on “hot industry or audit related” topics, an audit best practices featured spotlight, and information on local surrounding IIA and other related association events and development of a IIA–San Jose LinkedIn page.

In addition to a drastic content and formatting makeover to their monthly newsletter, the use of the Constant Contact email tool has provided additional marketing analytics in which the chapter can track open rates, click-through rates on links to articles and events, and overall better visibility to gauge member and non-member interest.

Erin (pictured left) says she was most excited about “the overwhelming interest in a social event focused on internal audit advocacy to our members’ business partners. This has led to creating an advocacy chair who had a great idea that we should hear from ‘satisfied customers’ of  internal audit organizations that are well respected within their companies’ due to their extremely value added audit approach. The idea is to help other companies to see the ‘pie in the sky’ so to speak. I am in communication with Paul Sobel who has indicated he would be interested to speak at this event in the spring if at all possible. Fingers crossed!”

With this change in the chapter’s communication strategy, they have seen more buzz and connectivity among participants, stronger communication within the Board, and welcomed 12 new members to become more involved in the chapter over the last few months.

The IIA congratulates the San Jose Chapter for their efforts in revamping their communication strategy to improve their member engagement and service.

If you would like your chapter to be featured in a LeadersLink article in the future, send us your event information and images to LeadersLink@theiia.org
 

 



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District Logos

If your district is planning to host a District Conference and would like a district logo to represent the chapters in the area, please contact ChapterRelations@theiia.org. See the Mid-Atlantic District 1 sample below. Please plan accordingly; our marketing team would like to receive your request 6-8 weeks prior to the date you need it. 



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Is Your Chapter Offering 3-Part CIA® Exam Review Courses?

Is your chapter offering Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA) review classes to members this fall? With the 3-part exam in full swing, it’s time to ensure that your members have the support they need to prepare to pass the new exam.

In the United States and Canada alone, IIA chapters and local colleges and universities are offering CIA review classes in more than 30 locations based on The IIA’s CIA Learning System®. If your chapter doesn’t have the resources to offer a course or if your members are not able to attend live classes, six prestigious universities are offering online review courses in addition to The IIA’s virtual seminar series

If your chapter is interested in offering a local class, we can help. We have tools to help you plan, promote, and implement a successful CIA review course in your area. Alternatively, by simply promoting current classes offered by other chapters, colleges, or universities or even the self-study program, your chapter can earn 10-20 CAP points through the Chapters of Excellence program. For more details, visit www.LearnCIA.com/chapterofexcellence or contact Kelly Quinn, IIA Regional Partnership Manager, at kelly.quinn@theiia.org or +1-651-905-2671



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Central Regional Conference

Central Regional Conference

The IIA’s 2013 Central Regional Conference is the must-attend event for internal auditors throughout the central United States. The Central Regionsl Conference is sponsored by The IIA and IIA - Central Ohio Chapter.

Discover smarter strategies to overcome internal audit challenges with in-depth, comprehensive sessions that will enable you to:

  • Explore the technology and operational tactics to help you successfully address internal audit challenges.
  • Gain the new skills and knowledge you need to provide value to your employer, customers, and stakeholders.
  • Learn to better align governance and risk management efforts with business strategies.
  • Tap into emerging trends and discover new ways to achieve enterprise objectives.
  • Share knowledge, experience, and proven practices with your peers.

 Choose your sessions from five unique education tracks plus a post conference workshop:

  • Audit Skills and Professional Development
  • Risk, Control, Fraud, and Governance
  • IT and Information Management
  • Specialty Industries
  • CIA Review
  • Post-conference workshop: Advanced Statistical Data Analytics…in Excel! Led by Dr. Dan Kneer. 
     

Visit www.theiia.org/goto/CRC2013 for program details and to register.

 



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Midwestern Regional Conference

Plan to attend the 2013 Midwestern Regional conference where you’ll benefit from the combined expertise, experience, and resources of The IIA and IIA–Twin Cities Chapter.

  • Learn the technology and operational tactics needed to help you effectively deal with internal audit challenges.
  • Grow the skills and knowledge vital to providing value to your employer, customers, and stakeholders.
  • Discover how to improve collaboration of governance and risk management efforts with business strategies.
  • Use emerging trends to formulate better ways to achieve enterprise objectives.
  • Share knowledge, experience, and proven practices with your peers.

Learn innovative ways to employ smarter strategies to overcome internal audit challenges with in-depth, comprehensive sessions within five unique education tracks, plus three pre-conference workshops to choose from for extra CPE credit:

  • Leadership and Governance
  • Fraud and Regulation
  • Best Practices and Hot Topics
  • Technology
  • CIA Review
  • Three pre-conference workshops including: Fraud Risk Assessment, QAR Planning and Best Practices, and Hot Topics in Financial Services.

 Visit http://www.theiia.org/goto/MRC2013 for program details and register by September 20 to save US $100.



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One World, One Profession, Many People: Phil Tarling’s Farewell Video

Phil TarlingAt the start of the 2013 International Conference in Orlando, Fla., Phil Tarling, CIA, CMIIA, CRMA, took the stage to thank IIA members, chapters, Institutes, and constituents worldwide for welcoming him during his travels as The IIA’s key spokesperson for the 2012–13 year. As the most traveled chairman in The IIA’s history, Tarling traveled 207,279 miles to six continents, represented The IIA at 25 conferences, and visited 34 chapters and Institutes.

During the course of his travels, Tarling reached 60,000 members with his message of “Say It Right,” which focused on the importance of communication as a soft skill that practitioners should strengthen and refine in order to add value in the global business environment in which they operate.



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2013–14 Chairman of the Board’s Video: Imagine the Possibilities

Paul SobelPaul J. Sobel, CIA, CRMA, vice president and chief audit executive at Georgia-Pacific Corp. in Atlanta, Ga., was elected Chairman of the Board. During his acceptance speech, Sobel said, “The time has come for internal auditors to imagine our profession’s possibilities and begin taking giant steps toward realizing them.”

Sobel’s plans for the year include sharpening the board’s focus on risk, advancing advocacy, emphasizing certification, and identifying learning pathways with The IIA’s new Competency Framework. “I look forward during my tenure as chairman to hearing from creative members of our profession around the world about the possibilities they imagine,” he adds. Click here to view Sobel’s video, “Imagine the Possibilities.”



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2013 International Conference Is One for the History Books

2013InternationalConferenceA total of 110 countries were represented at the 2013 International Conference (IC) held in The IIA’s Central Florida home, making it the most globally diverse conference in The IIA’s 72 years of holding international gatherings. Highlights of the conference can be found here and a recap of the major individual award winners can be found here.   

(Pictured left to right) The Atlanta Chapter was recognized during the conference for sponsoring a conference delegate from Armenia and the New York Chapter was recognized for sponsoring a delegate from Rwanda.

 
Atlanta Chapter Recognized   NY Sponsors Rwanda
 
At the conclusion of the event, 2013 IC Chair Karen Brady introduced London as the site of the 2014 International Conference which will be held July 6-9, 2014. Visit www.ic.globaliia.org and provide your contact information to ensure you receive the latest news and announcements about the conference.



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2013 Governance, Risk, and Control Conference2013 GRC Conference

2013 GRC CONFERENCE COLLABORATION AN UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS
For the first time ever, The IIA and ISACA teamed up to host the 2013 Governance, Risk, and Control conference which took place earlier this month in Phoenix, Ariz. The event attracted a near-capacity crowd of 500 delegates to participate in four well-attended keynote sessions and their choice of 32 concurrent sessions covering a vast array of relevant topics within four educational tracks.

 Participants are already asking about next year’s event – another IIA/ISACA collaboration. One attendee summed it up this way, “The sessions are awesome. I’ve been to other conferences but this is one of the best I’ve been to.” Read all about it and get information on the 2014 conference.

 



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Call For Articles

Seeking News from Your Chapter and Members for IIA Today, IIA Connection and Social Media

 As an organization comprising more than 180,000 members globally, The IIA wants to share the achievements, accolades, and initiatives of our members and chapters. From a member’s promotion to an innovative chapter event, we want to hear about it and share it through IIA Today, IIA Connection, and social media.IIA Today

What can you submit? Anything you think is newsworthy.

  • Award Announcements
  • Member Promotions, Retirement, or Moves
  • Innovative/Successful Chapter Events/Programs
  • Community Outreach
  • Member/Chapter Achievements or Milestones
  • Advocacy Efforts

Please share this opportunity with your members.

Submit Your Member/Chapter News Online

Please submit details about your news online. We encourage each submission to include a photo. If you have any questions, please contact iiatoday@theiia.org or Chapter.Relations@theiia.org.

 



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Free Report for Members on GRC and ERM

Contrasting GRC and ERM: Perceptions and Practices Among Internal Auditors brings clarity to the gray area regarding enterprise risk management (ERM) and governance, risk, and control (GRC).

Free to IIA members, this research report released by leading academics and researchers from the renowned Louisiana State University’s Center for Internal Auditing explains the debate about the meaning of GRC and ERM. 

This research report was generously sponsored by:

IIA–Albany, IIA–Downeast Maine, IIA–Southern New England, and IIA–Westchester-Fairfield.

More New Releases:

 



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Digital Books Available Nowebooks

Start building your virtual internal audit library today.

You’ve come to rely on The Research Foundation Bookstore for critical internal audit resources. Opening a new chapter for The IIA, The IIARF now offers eBooks.

Browse our selection of digital products today!

A handpicked selection of our best-selling products is now available for use on your favorite e-readers. Access internal audit tools at your fingertips, where you need them, when you need them, and carry your audit library in the palm of your hand.

Visit www.theiia.org/Bookstore



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Chapter Book of the Month – A Chapter BenefitBOOK OF THE MONTH CRMA Exam Study Guide

CRMA® Exam Study Guide, 1st Edition 

The Chapter Book of the Month for September is CRMA® Exam Study Guide, 1st Edition. The study resource is designed to bring readers up to speed on the content covered by the Certification in Risk Management Assurance TM exam.

All chapter members get 20% off this title through the end of September with source code CHAPTER!

Post this flyer on your chapter website and share with your members at your next event. http://www.theiia.org/bookstore/content/book-of-the-month-1077.cfm



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IIA Student Awareness Events and Educator Forums

Academic Relations

During The 2013 Leadership Academy, IIA Academic Relations introduced new opportunities for chapters to partner with The IIA to host student awareness events. 

These events are designed to showcase our Internal Auditing Education Partnership (IAEP) Program schools, reach students from surrounding area schools, and increase awareness for internal auditing as a career option. Equally as important, we are planning to host educator forums for faculty members to exchange best practices in teaching internal auditing classes. 

New CAP point opportunities are available for chapters that partner with The IIA to host a student event or educator forum. We received interest from several chapters and are currently coordinating events for 2013–15. If your chapter is interested, contact Maunda Land at academic@theiia.org.

The student awareness events and educator forums are supported by the Internal Auditing Academic Advancement Fund (IAAAF). You can learn more about The IIA’s Academic Relations efforts and The IAAAF here



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Reinvented Resources from ARC

The IIA’s Academic Relations Committee (ARC) has revamped the resources chapters use with educators and students to assist your chapter in advocating the profession to the next generation of internal auditors.

Visit  www.theiia.org/Academic to find these user-friendly resources for developing and implementing an academic relations plan in your area.

One way local chapters can share knowledge is through the collection and dissemination of individual best practices. New to the Academic Relations toolkit are feature articles with great events and student engagement plans from chapters and Institutes.

For example, IIA–Atlanta supports two Internal Auditing Education Partnership (IAEP) Program schools: Georgia State University and Kennesaw State University. To support students at these schools, this chapter established an annual case competition, which is open to all accounting students throughout the state of Georgia. With events such as the Annual Internal Audit Case Competition, The IIA’s Atlanta Chapter increases student awareness of internal auditing as a profession. Learn More

IIA–Atlanta: Annual Internal Audit Case Competition

IAEP Partner School: Georgia State University

Inaugural Event: 2011

Upcoming Dates: Nov. 15, 2013

 


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Seattle University Becomes an IAEP Program Foundation School

Seattle University (SU) is the newest institution to join the Internal Auditing Education Partnership (IAEP) Program as a Foundation School. Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics Department of Accounting teach Internal Audit I and II, Forensic Accounting, and offers masters students an internal audit internship as an elective. Future classes will include Data Analytics and IT Audit.

Seattle University’s IAEP application was supported by several chapters in the Northwest region including the local chapter, Puget Sound, and it marks the first school in that region to achieve IAEP status.

Congratulations to SU, IIA–Puget Sound Chapter and the Northwest Region.

For more information about the IAEP program, visit www.theiia.org/academic.

 



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The 40th Anniversary of the CIA Continues: CIA Celebrating 40 yrs

Join in the celebration! Help us promote the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) designation during the anniversary year. Any candidate who achieves their CIA during this special period will receive a special 40th Anniversary notation on their certificate. 

If you missed seeing us at the International Conference, you missed the awe-inspiring video about the past, present, and future of the CIA. Click here to view that video now: 

https://global.theiia.org/certification/cia-certification/Pages/CIA-Certification.aspx

 


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CRMA Exam Launch 

With nearly 13,000 Certifications in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) awarded through the Professional Experience Recognition period, we have experienced great interest in the introductory exam that was launched in July. The introductory phase of the exam will end Aug. 31, 2013, and we expect to have a live instantly scored exam globally available for registration on Sept. 1, 2013, with testing to begin Oct. 1, 2013. At this time, the exam is only offered in English.



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The IIA Releases New Guidance

A new Practice Guide, Selecting, Using, and Creating Maturity Models: A Tool for Assurance and Consulting Engagements, was released in July. In addition, two Practice Advisories were issued in June on Internal Audit Coverage of Risks to Achieving Strategic Objectives, and Continuous Assurance. Members are invited to log in to download all guidance for free from The IIA’s Standards & Guidance Web page.



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Advocacy Efforts Continue to Enhance Profession

The International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) and The IIA have finalized a strategic agreement to help restore confidence in business reporting and enhanced governance processes in both private and public sectors.

This updated Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), signed by IFAC President Warren Allen and IIA Chairman Phil Tarling at the recent International Conference held in Orlando (see photo), outlines a new plan for enhanced coordination, collaboration, and resources sharing that will draw on the strengths and expertise of the two organizations. Immediately following the Conference, the Global and North American Advocacy Committees met to discuss current initiatives and formalize action plans for the upcoming year. 

Warren Allen & Phil TarlingThe Global Advocacy Committee’s priorities include furthering relationships with IFAC, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the International Corporate Governance Network (IGCN); seeking recognition of the Standards in the Financial Stability Board (FSB) Compendium of Key Standards; participating on the CBOK 2015 Stakeholder Steering Committee; and creating a global Advocacy Guidebook. If you have questions about our Global Advocacy efforts, please contact Stacy Mantzaris at stacy.mantzaris@theiia.org.

The North American Advocacy Committee (NAAC) will continue its efforts in Washington meeting with members of the House and Senate as well as regulatory bodies including the Security and Exchange (SEC), the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). Additionally, your Chapter Relations Committee (CRC) works to ensure you as chapter leaders have the best resources available to promote Internal Auditing as an incredible and worthwhile profession.

Advocacy efforts are also expanding to IIA chapters in North America with many chapters appointing advocacy committees to work in conjunction with the NAAC to increase awareness of the profession. If you have any questions about our IA Advocacy efforts or to share what your chapter is working on in this area, please contact Kathy Anderson at kathy.anderson@theiia.org.



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Is Your Chapter COSO Ready?

In May, the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) issued the 2013 Internal Control–Integrated Framework (2013 Framework) — a broadened and updated version of the 1992 framework which has been the profession’s leading guidance for designing, implementing, and evaluating a system of internal controls. 

To expand global awareness of the 2013 Framework and to help IIA members gain insight into implementing it, IIA Global Headquarters created a two-day COSO course and a condensed 3-hour workshop.

If you would like more information on COSO training, contact Shauna Vaughan, Shauna.Vaughan@theiia.org or (407) 937-1389.



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IA Awareness Month

Did You Celebrate IA Awareness Month?

Thousands participated in the worldwide celebration of International Internal Audit Awareness Month last May. This video shows some of the creative ways IIA members promoted the profession — and explains why what they did is so important.

IA Awareness Month



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