National Research Council Canada: audit of travel 2007-2008

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AbstractThe single objective of the audit is to provide overall assurance that NRC is compliant with Government of Canada and NRC travel policies and directives. For the audit, a sample of five institutes, branches or programs (IBPs) were selected. The individual IBPs were selected for detailed testing based upon risk and control analyses performed during the planning stage of the audit as well as on the basis to ensure that no one IBP at NRC is audited more so than others or conversely that smaller entities are ignored entirely in NRC’s five year audit cycle, and finally, to ensure coverage across NRC’s different sectors. Ten travel transactions for each IBP, which comprised nine travel claims and one employee relocation expense claim, were selected at random and tested for compliance for a total sample of 50 travel expense transactions.
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PublisherNational Research Council Canada
AffiliationNational Research Council - EXEC; Audit and Evaluation; National Research Council Canada
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NPARC number21275246
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