Translation: from english

(after audit)

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  • Audit — systematic, independent, documented process for obtaining records, statements of fact or other relevant information and assessing them objectively to determine the extent to which specified requirements are fulfilled (p. 4.4 ISO/IEC 17000:2004).… …   Словарь-справочник терминов нормативно-технической документации

  • Audit conclusion — outcome of an audit provided by the audit team after consideration of the audit objectives and all audit findings (p. 3.4 ISO19011:2002). Источник …   Словарь-справочник терминов нормативно-технической документации

  • Audit risk — (also referred to as residual risk) refers to acceptable audit risk, i.e. it indicates the auditor s willingness to accept that the financial statements may be materially misstated after the audit is completed and an unqualified (clean) opinion… …   Wikipedia

  • audit — Systematic inspection of accounting records involving analyses, tests, and confirmations. The hearing and investigation had before an auditor. An audience; a hearing; an examination in general. A formal or official examination and authentication… …   Black's law dictionary

  • audit objective — 1. The purpose of an audit. Audits are normally performed to support or refute specific objectives. The external audit of an organization, for example, typically has the following main objectives: To obtain evidence that the organization’s… …   Auditor's dictionary

  • audit cycle — The process of conducting an audit or a series of audits over time. In external auditing, the audit cycle tends to be scheduled in several important phases: (i) interim visits to perform *analytical and *compliance reviews; (ii) attendance at… …   Auditor's dictionary

  • Audit regime — An audit regime is usually a rigorous set of forensic accounting methods that is used to detect fraud. It refers more generally however to any similar regime of verification of conformity to some standard, e.g. Kyoto Protocol, Cocoa Protocol, or… …   Wikipedia

  • Audit Risk — The risk that an auditor will not discover errors or intentional miscalculations (i.e. fraud) while reviewing a company s or individual’s financial statements. There are two general categories of audit risk – risk regarding assessment …   Investment dictionary

  • audit rotation — The periodic changing of external auditors. Some countries Italy and Spain, for example have traditions of requiring listed corporations to rotate auditors after a defined time period (typically five or seven years) in an attempt to encourage… …   Auditor's dictionary

  • audit rotation — The practice of appointing an audit firm for a set period, such as five years, after which it must give up the position. The aim is to reduce the effective control of the auditor by directors, who may threaten to remove the auditors if they do… …   Accounting dictionary

  • Voter Verified Paper Audit Trail — (VVPAT) or Verified Paper Record (VPR) is intended as an independent verification system for voting machines designed to allow voters to verify that their vote was cast correctly, to detect possible election fraud or malfunction, and to provide a …   Wikipedia


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