Engaging Third Parties for Internal Audit Activities

​​​​​​A summary of the report issued from the 2015 Global Internal Audit Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) Survey​

​​As internal auditors increasingly seek help from outside service providers, a new IIA report offers best ways to engage, supervise, and maintain third-party relationships.

Engaging Third Parties for Internal Audit Activities

​​As internal auditors increasingly seek help from outside service providers, a new IIA report offers best ways to engage, supervise, and maintain third-party relationships. In this summary report, Audit Executive Center CAEs will learn how to effectively manage these relationships through lessons learned from a variety of veteran CAEs, service providers, and audit committee members worldwide, plus find a list of questions to ask.

https://dl.theiia.org/AECMember/CBOK-Engaging-Third-Parties-for-Internal-Audit-Activities.pdf

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Tagged With:
Fundamentals of Internal Audit; Engagement Execution; Engagement Planning and Objectives; Client and Stakeholder Relationships; Internal Audit Strategy
Thought Leadership
Internal Audit Management
2300 – Performing the Engagement

Alignment with the Standards

This document aligns with the following standards in The IIA's International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing (Standards):

Alignment with the Competency Framework

This document aligns with the following core competencies identified in The IIA Global Internal Audit Competency Framework: