FIS 214: The Board's Role in Evaluating its Audit Services
Member Price : Complimentary
Are your board’s audit services efforts being duplicated?
School district financial accountability ensures a prudent use of taxpayer dollars, provides a sound internal control structure and safeguards district assets, for the benefit of the district’s children and community.
While audits are a fundamental responsibility for school board members, the efforts to comply can be unnecessarily duplicated.
Join Chip Clark, CPA CIA Partner from D’Arcangelo & Co., LLP, Alan Yu, CPA Partner from Cullen & Danowski, LLP, and Tom Zuber, CPA from Raymond F. Wager CPA, P.C. as they discuss best practices, current and future changes in regulations/standards, efficiencies and effectiveness.
Who should attend:
- School Board Members
- Business Officials
- Claims Auditors
- Audit Committee Members
- Internal Auditors
Course number: FIS 214
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