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FOUNDATIONS OF INTERNAL AUDITING. Foundations of Internal Auditing. Fundamentals of Control. Understanding Management Needs. Operational Approach of Internal Audit. ADMINISTERING INTERNAL AUDIT ACTIVITIES. Professional Standards. Serving the Audit Committee of the Board. Evaluating Organization and Audit Risk. Organizing and Planning Internal Audit Activities. Internal Audit Staffing, Training, and Evaluating. Directing and Performing Internal Audits. Preparing Workpapers to Document Audit Activity. Using Computer-Assisted Audit Techniques. Gathering Evidence Through Audit Sampling. Automating Internal Audit Processes. Audit Reports and Internal Audit Communication Techniques. IMPACT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS ON INTERNAL AUDITING. Information Systems Operations Controls. Information Systems Application Controls. Auditing Systems Under Development. Physical, Logical Security, and Contingency Planning. New and Evolving Information Systems Technologies. AREAS FOR OPERATIONAL AUDITING. Introduction to Operational Auditing. Accounting Systems and Controls. Manufacturing Production Planning. Purchases, Receipts, and Electronic Data Interchange. Distribution and Transportation. Engineering, Research, Quality, and Quality Control. Fixed Assets and Capital Projects. Sales, Marketing, and Advertising. Payroll and Personnel. Financial Management. SPECIAL AUDIT ACTIVITIES. Loss Prevention and Fraud Investigation. Coordination with External Auditors. Internal Audit Quality-Assurance Reviews. INTERNAL AUDIT FUTURE DIRECTION. Changing Role of Audit Activities. Business Ethics and Social Responsibility. Index.