Question 1

The internal audit activity is performing an assessment of an organization's ethics program, and the engagement scope specifies a focus on the training program's design. According to IIA guidance, which of the following questions would be the most relevant?
1. Does the training include situations that require an ethical decision?
2. What percentage of employees have taken the training?
3. What are the results of the employee assessment of the organization's ethical climate?
4. Does the instructor provide feedback on the thought process to reach an ethical resolution?
  • Question 2

    Which of the following documents would promote objectivity within an organization's internal audit activity?
  • Question 3

    During an audit engagement, a junior staff internal auditor begins to suspect a fraud may have occurred involving a friend of the engagement supervisor. He reports his concerns to the engagement supervisor, who disagrees with his suspicions and directs him to continue with the engagement as planned. Given the circumstance, what is the most appropriate action for the junior auditor to take?
  • Question 4

    Which requirement should the chief audit executive consider when communicating results of the quality assurance and improvement program to the board of a large organization?
  • Question 5

    Which of the following best describes the type of risk that an adequately designed and effectively operating system of internal controls should mitigate?