In COSO’s updated Internal Control – Integrated Framework, one of the 17 principles they present is that the organization holds individuals accountable for their internal control responsibilities in the pursuit of objectives. Have you considered how your control system enforces accountability?
Over the past half century, a great deal of literature has appeared in Canada and the United States about how to design, document and assess internal controls. First Reference has built upon the most current internal control authorities to provide organizations with practical tools for designing and evaluating controls.
The two definitive studies by COSO identify monitoring as a critical component of internal control and risk management. Monitoring refers to both ongoing monitoring processes to ensure that a system functions as it is supposed to (including management and review aspects), as well as ad hoc special studies and audits to review the system...
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