IN THIS ISSUE
The Common Body of Knowledge
Carrying on a Legacy
The Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation (IIARF) is committed to understanding how the practice of internal auditing is carried out around the world and using this knowledge to provide guidance to our more than 115,000 members. Today, this effort is taking a monumental step forward.
The IIARF is performing an ongoing research program, entitled the Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK), which will broaden our understanding of how internal auditing is practiced around the world. This comprehensive study will be updated every three years and will become a permanent program of The IIA Research Foundation.
The purpose of the Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) is to:
These goals will be achieved by:
We anticipate the release of the survey in the fourth quarter of 2006. To learn more about CBOK, view the project phases, sign up to participate in the survey, or help fund CBOK, visit www.theiia.org/CBOK.
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