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Nine Elements Required for Internal Audit Effectiveness in the Public Sector

To help public sector internal auditors and their stakeholders compare the conditions in their organizations to other public sector organizations in their region and around the world, The IIA Research Foundation (IIARF) has released a new research report, Nine Elements Required for Internal Audit Effectiveness in the Public Sector.

Report researchers sought to answer three primary questions:

  • What are the greatest strengths of internal audit functions in the public sector?
  • What are the most significant barriers to audit effectiveness faced by internal audit functions in the public sector?
  • What are the main regional differences?
By providing a snapshot of how other public sector internal auditor functions are operating around the world and the environments in which they function, The IIARF hopes practitioners can identify areas that offer the greatest opportunities for improvement. 


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The research project is funded by and part of The Global Internal Audit Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) – an ongoing study of the profession conducted by The IIA Research Foundation


For more than three decades, The IIA Research Foundation has been a powerhouse of information that empowers internal audit practitioners. As the research arm of The IIA, The Foundation provides groundbreaking research conducted by thought leaders in the profession. Through initiatives that explore current issues, emerging trends, and future needs, The Foundation has been a driving force behind the evolution of the profession. These efforts are only made possible through the financial support from individuals, organizations, and IIA chapters and institutes. Your contributions allow The Foundation to continue developing essential research and educational products.