Blog: To Which Direction Does Your Ethical Compass Point?1In this bustling business world, it seems easy to "go with the flow" to keep the bottom line healthy and processes moving. But does that give business leaders permission to do things no matter what the cost?LEARN MORE1https://www.theiia.org/centers/psac/Style%20Library/Images/PSAC-Blog-Ethical-Compass.pnghttps://www.theiia.org/centers/psac/Lists/HomepageSlider/DispForm.aspx?ID=7Blog: To Which Direction Does Your Ethical Compass Point?
NEW! Practice Guide1This guide describes the characteristics that distinguish public sector organizations from those in the private sector and explores how those unique aspects affect the internal audit activity.LEARN MORE0https://www.theiia.org/centers/psac/Style%20Library/Images/PSAC-PG-Unique-Aspects-of-IA-in-the-PS-780-350.pnghttps://www.theiia.org/centers/psac/Lists/HomepageSlider/DispForm.aspx?ID=6NEW! Practice Guide
Knowledge Brief1Public sector auditors must maintain independence and objectivity in order to uphold the integrity of the role they play for the public good. It comes down to a balancing act between staying involved and engaged and staying independent.LEARN MORE1https://www.theiia.org/centers/psac/Style%20Library/Images/PSAC-AUDITOR-INDEPENDANCE-780-350.pnghttps://www.theiia.org/centers/psac/Lists/HomepageSlider/DispForm.aspx?ID=8Knowledge Brief
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NEW! Practice Guide: Unique Aspects of Internal Auditing in the Public Sector<p>​Public sector organizations are expected to serve the public good, uphold the principles of ethical governance, and comply with myriad laws and regulations.<br></p><img alt="" src="/centers/psac/news/PublishingImages/PG-Unique-Aspects-of-IA-in-the-PS-85-100.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />10/22/2019 4:00:00 AMhttps://www.theiia.org/centers/psac/news/Pages/new-practice-guide-unique-aspects-of-internal-auditing-in-the-public-sector.aspxNEW! Practice Guide: Unique Aspects of Internal Auditing in the Public Sector
Corporate Boards May Be Blind to Risks, According to IIA’s New OnRisk 2020 SurveyUnique Survey Finds Critical Gap Between What Boards Think Is Going On and What’s Really Happening<br><img alt="" src="/centers/psac/news/PublishingImages/ON-RISK-85-100.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />10/21/2019 4:00:00 AMhttps://www.theiia.org/centers/psac/news/Pages/Corporate-Boards-May-Be-Blind-to-Risks,-According-to-IIAs-New-OnRisk-2020-Survey.aspxCorporate Boards May Be Blind to Risks, According to IIA’s New OnRisk 2020 Survey
Call for 2020 Webinar Proposals​The Public Sector Audit Center is calling for proposals to build its 2020 webinar series. You are invited to submit a proposal to share your experience and expertise.  <br><img alt="" src="/centers/psac/news/PublishingImages/call-speaker-85-100.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />9/6/2019 4:00:00 AMhttps://www.theiia.org/centers/psac/news/Pages/Call-for-2020-Webinar-Proposals.aspxCall for 2020 Webinar Proposals

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