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Surviving an Internal Audit

Internal audits are a natural part of the governance system at most large organizations. Whether public or private, non-profit or for-profit, mechanisms must be in place to ensure that policies and procedures are followed.

For facility managers and construction managers responsible for managing a capital program, internal audit is as much a part of the process as selecting an architect, going out to bid for construction, or occupying the facility.

So how do you avoid the possibility of a really bad audit?

You have to take some specific steps at the beginning of an audit – the first hours of your working relationship – to ensure that the auditors form a good perception of you and your operation.

Learn what the specific steps are in our exclusive e-Book.

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