What are the Different Audit Document Formats?

The Audit System Template provides several different document formats within the Document Manager. 

The most common formats are:

  • Programs: These documents generally contain instructions (or procedures) that the auditor conducts. There are columns for: procedures, assertions, results, initials, date and references. 
  • Checklists: These documents generally contain a question to check a procedure has been performed. They are similar to the program with no assertion column and fewer options from the results control. There are columns for procedures, results, initials, date and references. 
  • Other Documents: There are many documents which do not fall within the above formats (e.g. FSA, RRPT, 6-100 and 2-200). These documents have their own rules and all guidance should be reviewed prior to using these documents. 

 

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