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Many corporations contributed to The Research Foundation in 2002 and 2003. These contributions will help The Foundation to fund research projects, sponsor forums and symposiums, award research and doctoral dissertation grants, and assist internal audit educational programs in colleges and universities.
The Foundation also expresses its appreciation to the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for its grant in support of research on Strengthening Auditor Roles in State and Local Government Performance Measurement.
Corporate contributions are generally made in four categories (all in US dollars):
Chairman's Circle $5,000 and up
Individual contributors can also increase the value of their contribution to The IIA Research Foundation through a corporate matching gifts program. The Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation operating exclusively for research and educational purposes. As such, it may be eligible for matching and sometimes doubling grants under many corporate contribution programs. If you are employed by an organization that has a matching gifts program, you can send your organization's matching gift application form along with your contribution.
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