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#803544 - 08/27/07 09:34 PM Audit Repots
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wishful thinking ...
What do you do as an auditor when Management gives you a Management Response for the Audit report to a finding and states that it has now been corrected and you can view the account and it has not been corrected?

Do I input Management's Response and then input an Auditor's Response stating that I have done an validation of their response and found that the account has not been corrected?
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#803556 - 08/27/07 09:48 PM Re: Audit Repots JustMe!
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Yes. You should tell both sides of the story. Theirs is that they think it's complete and yours that it isn't. Having said that, I would first confirm that the responder and I were in agreement as to what he/she thought had happened and what your follow up revealed.

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#803612 - 08/28/07 01:18 AM Re: Audit Repots blue
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How about first informing management that on review, it has not yet been corrected?? A call to the right person might alleviate any embarrassment and forestall any animosity toward the audit department. I'm sure that someone just dropped the ball.
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