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The Audit Intelligence Suite (AIS) Team realizes the important role our data plays for researchers in our profession. That is why we have now designed this part of our website to accommodate and streamline the process of seeking approval to access our data. The data we are now allowing access to is the AIS Benchmarking, North American Pulse of Internal Audit, Global Pulse of Internal Audit, and Global Internal Audit CBOK (Common Body of Knowledge) data archives.
To obtain access, please submit the form by pressing the button below. The General Terms and Conditions must be agreed to, they will also be contained within the form, in order for us to consider your request.
General Terms and Conditions
- All research conducted using IS data must be consistent with the Research Objectives of the IIA as updated periodically.
- All parties that have access to the data must sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement for use of data, which will be provided by The IIA upon receipt of the data access request. Any data provided remains the property of The IIA and shall be used only for the purposes for which data access was granted.
- Approved data access requests will be provided at no charge.
- Researchers who are conducting research at an institution of higher education agree to meet the requirements of their institution’s human subjects committee (or similar governance committee).
- The data must be stored in a secure location with access limited to research team members only.
- Researcher agrees to only use the data for the purposes described in the request, which is limited to educational or academic purposes only. Commercial use of the data is strictly prohibited.
- Researcher agrees to acknowledge the cooperation and make proper attribution to The IIA in all research produced as a result of such cooperation and use of the data. The attribution statement for the data shall contain the following information:
“Data was obtained from The Institute of Internal Auditor, Inc. Professional & Stakeholder Relations department (The Institute of Internal Auditors, Inc., Lake Mary, Florida, USA). Visit
for more information.”
- Reports must include a disclaimer stating that the views in the report reflect the Researchers’ opinions and are not intended to represent the position or policies of The IIA.
- Researcher agrees to provide a copy of their work to
AIS@theiia.org with a two page executive summary one (1) month prior to publication (e.g., working papers, conference presentations, journal articles). If the work is to be published in a language other than English, the Researcher agrees to provide the executive summary in English to the IIA.
- Researcher agrees to provide The IIA with an online link to finished reports, if applicable.
Research Request Form