Faubar This guide is not intended to be a complete project risk assessment or audit guidance. Nonetheless, an audit could be performed based on the limited scope. This guide does not apply to internal offshoring activities. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Whether it projects are developed in house or are cosourced with thirdparty providers, they are filled with challenges that must be considered carefully to ensure success.
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Country: United States Description: Whether IT projects are developed in house or are co-sourced with third-party providers, they are filled with challenges that must be considered carefully to ensure success.
Insufficient attention to these challenges can result in wasted money and resources, loss of trust, and reputation damage. Early involvement by internal auditors can help ensure positive results and the accompanying benefits. They can serve as a bridge between individual business units and the IT function, point out previously unidentified risks, and recommend controls for enhancing outcomes. Auditing IT Projects provides an overview of techniques for effectively engaging with project teams and management to assess the risks related to IT projects.
How the internal audit activity can actively participate in the review of projects while maintaining independence. Five key components of IT projects for internal auditors to consider when building an audit approach. Types of project audits. A suggested list of questions for use in the IT project assessment. Type: Paid membership required Tags: iia, gtag, audit, project management, development, guide Comment on this Rule or Standard You must be logged in to leave a reply. What You Can Do Here.
GTAG 12 AUDITING IT PROJECTS PDF
GTAG 12 - Auditing IT Projects
Global Technology Audit Guide (GTAG) 12: Auditing IT Projects