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What to Audit, How to Audit and Importance of the Construction Audit - OAG140WEB
Internal auditors and organizational leaders might not consistently include capital projects in their annual audit plans. This is understandable due to limited experience with their complexities. This webinar provides best practices to auditing construction capital projects, including how to plan and perform them, the areas most susceptible to overcharges and other issues.
Who Should Attend
Internal auditors and project management staff.
What You’ll Learn
You will learn the key steps involved in deciding which projects to audit, where to look for overcharges, lessons learned in situations where an audit was not performed and how an audit could have created clarity and mitigated loss.
Identifying which projects to audit:
- Learn how to identify and assign risk ratings to construction projects
- Understand the importance of early involvement during the construction project
Identifying cost overbillings:
- Identify where extra profits are commonly found
- Discuss billing and change order issues
- Learn from the mistakes of others: instructor will share examples of cost overruns
Why You Should Attend
You should attend because construction audits are high risk, costly, and have a significant impact on an organization’s strategic plans.
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