Fy13 Annual Audit Conference Exam

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Topic No. Of questions 1 Credibility 4 2 Audit universe 5 3 MWRAP table – objective
and risks 5 4 Risks parameters 5 5 Interviewing management 3 6 Sponsorship standards 5 7 E-binder and real time review 8 8 New dashboard - KPIs 4 9 Writing High Impact
audit findings 8 10 Final risk opinion 3 50


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    CREDIBILITY What is not a twin brother of “accuracy”, which is one of the important tips to maintain credibility?

    • A.

      Honesty

    • B.

      Being factual

    • C.

      Dishonesty

    • D.

      Truthfulness

    Correct Answer
    C. Dishonesty
    Explanation
    Dishonesty is not a twin brother of accuracy. While accuracy refers to being correct and precise in information, dishonesty refers to intentionally deceiving or misleading others. These two concepts are opposite in nature, as accuracy promotes transparency and trustworthiness, while dishonesty undermines credibility. Therefore, dishonesty cannot be considered a twin brother of accuracy when it comes to maintaining credibility.

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  • 2. 

    CREDIBILITY Another way to maintain credibility is “walking your talk”.  Which of the following can be considered as a practical application of this principle?

    • A.

      Report to the office in the field in our most convenient time, just inform the field staff.

    • B.

      While working in the field, we should not mingle with the audit clients because we say that we are independent and objective.

    • C.

      As auditors, all we say and write should be correct. Thus, we should not be heard saying “sorry” for what we have said/write that is not true.

    • D.

      Liquidating our own cash advances on time (within 7 days after the last day of activity.

    Correct Answer
    D. Liquidating our own cash advances on time (within 7 days after the last day of activity.
    Explanation
    "Walking your talk" means aligning your actions with your words and principles. In this context, liquidating our own cash advances on time demonstrates integrity and responsibility. By promptly settling our financial obligations, we show that we are reliable and trustworthy. This action reinforces our credibility as auditors and upholds the standards of accuracy and honesty that we advocate for in our work.

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  • 3. 

    CREDIBILITY What are the characteristics of communication that we should maintain with our audit clients?

    • A.

      Continuous

    • B.

      Complete (almost)

    • C.

      Candid

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    Maintaining continuous, complete, and candid communication with audit clients is important for establishing credibility. Continuous communication ensures that both parties stay informed and can address any issues or concerns promptly. Complete communication involves sharing all relevant information, ensuring transparency and avoiding misunderstandings. Candid communication encourages open and honest discussions, allowing for a better understanding of the client's needs and expectations. By maintaining these characteristics, auditors can build trust and credibility with their clients, leading to a more effective and successful audit process.

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  • 4. 

    CREDIBILITY It’s easier to develop enthusiasm when we maintain a positive attitude and concentrate on finding fault, not only on solving problems.  True or False?

    • A.

      True, that is how we are expected to be.

    • B.

      False, we should concentrate and be enthusiastic on solving problems rather than on finding fault.

    • C.

      True, finding fault is really how we can add value to the organization.

    • D.

      False, enthusiasm should not be a characteristic of auditors.

    Correct Answer
    B. False, we should concentrate and be enthusiastic on solving problems rather than on finding fault.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is False because the statement suggests that we should focus on finding fault rather than solving problems, which is not an effective approach. Instead, we should concentrate on solving problems and being enthusiastic about finding solutions.

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  • 5. 

    AUDIT UNIVERSE To define the audit universe, the auditor divides the organization into auditable units of:

    • A.

      Function / Activity

    • B.

      Project or Program

    • C.

      Organizational division

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above" because the audit universe includes all of the mentioned auditable units. The auditor can define the audit universe based on the function or activity within the organization, specific projects or programs, and different organizational divisions. This allows for a comprehensive and thorough audit coverage of the entire organization.

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  • 6. 

    AUDIT UNIVERSE Risk Universe is the sub-set of Audit Universe  

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The given statement is false. The Audit Universe is the subset of the Risk Universe, not the other way around. The Audit Universe includes all the areas or functions within an organization that are subject to audit, while the Risk Universe encompasses all the risks that an organization faces. Therefore, the correct answer is false.

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  • 7. 

    AUDIT UNIVERSE In the profession of internal audit, conventional wisdom and common practice have resulted in the development of audit universe. Such audit universe is the starting point for _________________  

    • A.

      Finalization of exact field audit dates

    • B.

      Scheduling of training for new auditors

    • C.

      Development of internal audit plan

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Development of internal audit plan
    Explanation
    The development of an audit universe is the starting point for the development of an internal audit plan. An audit universe is a comprehensive list of all the auditable entities or areas within an organization. It helps in identifying the key risks and controls associated with each entity or area, which in turn helps in determining the scope and objectives of the internal audit plan. Therefore, the correct answer is the development of internal audit plan.

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  • 8. 

    AUDIT UNIVERSE World Vision activities/units should meet _______________________ criterion to become auditable units.

    • A.

      Direct Contribution

    • B.

      Noticeable Materiality

    • C.

      Global Impact

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    To become auditable units, World Vision activities/units should meet all of the mentioned criteria. This means that they should have a direct contribution to the organization's goals, exhibit noticeable materiality in terms of financial impact, and have a global impact. Meeting all of these criteria ensures that the activities/units are significant and warrant auditing to ensure compliance, efficiency, and effectiveness.

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  • 9. 

    AUDIT UNIVERSE ___________________________ is the aggregate of all areas that are available to be audited within World Vision.

    • A.

      Audit Scope

    • B.

      Audit Universe

    • C.

      Audit Manual

    • D.

      Audit Plan

    Correct Answer
    B. Audit Universe
    Explanation
    The audit universe refers to the complete set of areas or entities that are subject to audit within World Vision. It encompasses all the potential audit subjects or targets that can be examined by auditors. This includes various departments, processes, systems, and functions within the organization that are eligible for auditing. The audit universe provides a comprehensive overview of the areas that auditors can focus on to ensure effective and thorough auditing practices.

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  • 10. 

    MWRAP TABLE AND OBJECTIVES What is the first step in the MWRAP table?

    • A.

      Assessing Risk

    • B.

      What are the controls in place?

    • C.

      Find out what the core activity is

    • D.

      Comparing actual v expected controls

    Correct Answer
    C. Find out what the core activity is
    Explanation
    The first step in the MWRAP table is to find out what the core activity is. This means identifying and understanding the main activity or process that the table is focused on. By determining the core activity, it becomes easier to assess the risks associated with it and develop appropriate controls. This step sets the foundation for the rest of the MWRAP table process.

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  • 11. 

    MWRAP TABLE AND OBJECTIVES What does MWRAP stand for?

    • A.

      Ministry with Regional Audit People

    • B.

      Mighty Wide Risk Appreciation Process

    • C.

      Ministry Wide Risk Assessment Project

    • D.

      Most Worthy Risk Assessment Prize

    Correct Answer
    C. Ministry Wide Risk Assessment Project
    Explanation
    MWRAP stands for Ministry Wide Risk Assessment Project. This acronym represents a project or initiative that aims to assess and evaluate risks on a wide scale within a ministry or government organization. The purpose of MWRAP is likely to identify potential risks, analyze their impact, and develop strategies to mitigate and manage them effectively.

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  • 12. 

     MWRAP TABLE AND OBJECTIVES Simplifying the process of finding risks involves:

    • A.

      Looking at the process of the each sub activity of the objective

    • B.

      Asking a lot of questions

    • C.

      Ensuring that we are certified auditors

    • D.

      Looking at the audit working papers first and then the risks.

    Correct Answer
    A. Looking at the process of the each sub activity of the objective
    Explanation
    The correct answer is looking at the process of each sub activity of the objective. This is because by examining the specific steps and tasks involved in each sub activity, it becomes easier to identify potential risks or vulnerabilities. This approach allows for a more thorough analysis and understanding of the overall process, making it easier to identify and address potential risks.

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  • 13. 

    MWRAP TABLE AND OBJECTIVES Processes are only used to help _______ a large number of ________.

    • A.

      Categorize, ideas

    • B.

      Categorize, risks

    • C.

      Memorize, bible verses

    • D.

      Understand, ideas

    Correct Answer
    B. Categorize, risks
    Explanation
    Processes are only used to help categorize a large number of risks. This means that processes are implemented to organize and classify risks, making it easier to identify and manage them effectively. By categorizing risks, organizations can prioritize and allocate resources appropriately, leading to better risk management and decision-making.

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  • 14. 

    MWRAP TABLE AND OBJECTIVES When we need to categorize risks, helpful documentation aids are:

    • A.

      Process flowcharts

    • B.

      Narration

    • C.

      Charts

    • D.

      Graphs

    Correct Answer
    A. Process flowcharts
    Explanation
    Process flowcharts are helpful documentation aids for categorizing risks because they provide a visual representation of the steps and decisions involved in a process. By mapping out the flow of activities, flowcharts allow us to identify potential risks and their impact on the overall process. They help in understanding the sequence of events, dependencies, and potential bottlenecks, which are crucial in identifying and categorizing risks effectively. Flowcharts also make it easier to communicate and collaborate with stakeholders, as they provide a clear and concise overview of the process and associated risks.

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  • 15. 

    RISK PARAMETERS In  GIA’s MWRAP risk ranking parameters , risks are group into the following categories except for:
    1. Operational factors
    2. Strategic factors
    3. Compliance and Regulatory factors
    4. Reporting factors

    • A.

      I and II

    • B.

      I, II and III

    • C.

      All of the above

    • D.

      IV only

    Correct Answer
    C. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above". This means that risks are grouped into all of the categories mentioned in the options, which are operational factors, strategic factors, compliance and regulatory factors, and reporting factors.

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  • 16. 

    RISK PARAMETERS The level of risk that WV Management can take in the pursuit of value is called:

    • A.

      Interest

    • B.

      Risk tolerance

    • C.

      Risk appetite

    • D.

      Risk factors

    Correct Answer
    C. Risk appetite
    Explanation
    Risk appetite refers to the level of risk that an organization or management is willing to accept in order to achieve their strategic objectives and create value. It represents the willingness to take on risk and is often influenced by factors such as the organization's risk management framework, industry norms, regulatory requirements, and stakeholder expectations. By understanding their risk appetite, WV Management can make informed decisions about the amount and types of risks they are willing to take in order to achieve their goals.

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  • 17. 

    RISK PARAMETERS In  GIA’s MWRAP risk ranking parameters , the highest risk impact ranking is:

    • A.

      Extreme

    • B.

      Critical Critical

    • C.

      Catastrophic

    • D.

      High

    Correct Answer
    D. High
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "High". In GIA's MWRAP risk ranking parameters, the highest risk impact ranking is "High".

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  • 18. 

    RISK PARAMETERS Risk appetite should be set by the:

    • A.

      Auditors

    • B.

      IIA Mandatory Standards

    • C.

      Management

    • D.

      ERM

    Correct Answer
    C. Management
    Explanation
    Risk appetite refers to the level of risk that an organization is willing to accept in order to achieve its objectives. It is a strategic decision that should be made by management, as they are responsible for setting the overall direction and goals of the organization. Auditors may provide input and recommendations, but ultimately it is management's responsibility to determine the appropriate level of risk appetite for the organization. The IIA Mandatory Standards may provide guidance on risk management practices, but they do not dictate the specific risk appetite for an organization. ERM (Enterprise Risk Management) is a framework that can be used by management to assess and manage risks, but it is not responsible for setting risk appetite.

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  • 19. 

    RISK PARAMETERS A significant adverse public attention is an example of ______ impact to WV’s image and reputation.

    • A.

      Critical

    • B.

      Medium (Moderate)

    • C.

      Low (Minor)

    • D.

      High(Major)

    Correct Answer
    D. High(Major)
    Explanation
    A significant adverse public attention can have a major impact on WV's image and reputation. This means that if there is negative publicity or attention that is widely known and negatively affects the perception of WV, it can cause significant harm to its reputation and image.

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  • 20. 

    INTERVIEWING MANAGEMENT When we interview management, the main difference between what we are expected to do now compared with what we used to do before (during the entry meeting) is:

    • A.

      Listening to management

    • B.

      Telling management what we, auditors do

    • C.

      Presenting to management

    • D.

      Informing management what internal controls are

    Correct Answer
    A. Listening to management
    Explanation
    During the entry meeting, auditors are expected to present to management and inform them about what auditors do and what internal controls are. However, when interviewing management, the main difference is that auditors are now expected to primarily listen to management. This means that auditors should focus on understanding management's perspective, concerns, and any issues they may have, rather than just presenting information or informing them about audit processes. This shift in focus allows auditors to gather important insights and information directly from management, which can help in conducting a more effective and targeted audit.

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  • 21. 

    INTERVIEWING MANAGEMENT Why do we need to interview management? All of these reasons except for:

    • A.

      To build relationship

    • B.

      To establish credibility

    • C.

      Understand management’s point of business

    • D.

      To include the documentation in the audit binder

    Correct Answer
    D. To include the documentation in the audit binder
    Explanation
    The purpose of interviewing management is to gain an understanding of their point of view and their role in the business. This helps auditors assess the effectiveness of management's controls and decision-making processes. Building a relationship and establishing credibility are important aspects of conducting interviews, as they help create an open and cooperative environment for information sharing. However, including the documentation in the audit binder is not a reason for interviewing management, as it is a separate step in the auditing process.

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  • 22. 

    INTERVIEWING MANAGEMENT How do we interview management?

    • A.

      Using an audit questionnaire

    • B.

      Using a process flowchart

    • C.

      Without any aid documents

    • D.

      A & b only

    Correct Answer
    D. A & b only
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "a & b only." This means that when interviewing management, we can use an audit questionnaire and a process flowchart. These two methods can help gather information and insights about the management practices and processes in place. The audit questionnaire allows for a structured approach to gathering information, while the process flowchart visually represents the flow of activities and decision-making within the management structure. By using both methods, a comprehensive understanding of the management can be achieved.

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  • 23. 

    SPONSORSHIP According to the pertinent WVI Board policy of March 2003, child sponsorship is a required __________  _____________ of World Vision.

    • A.

      Mission statement

    • B.

      Core competency

    • C.

      Vision statement

    • D.

      Value statement

    Correct Answer
    B. Core competency
    Explanation
    Child sponsorship is a required core competency of World Vision according to the pertinent WVI Board policy of March 2003. This means that child sponsorship is considered an essential skill or capability that World Vision must possess in order to fulfill its mission effectively. It implies that World Vision has developed expertise in the area of child sponsorship and considers it a fundamental aspect of its operations and impact.

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  • 24. 

    SPONSORSHIP What monitoring procedure is required to be done every 90 calendar days?

    • A.

      Presence of the Child

    • B.

      Participation in Health/Nutrition activities

    • C.

      Participation in the programme

    Correct Answer
    A. Presence of the Child
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Presence of the Child." This monitoring procedure needs to be done every 90 calendar days to ensure that the child is actively participating in the sponsored program. It is important to track the child's attendance and involvement to ensure that they are benefiting from the program's health and nutrition activities. This monitoring procedure helps to assess the child's engagement and progress in the program.

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  • 25. 

    SPONSORSHIP Death of a registered child must be reported by the NO to the SO and GC Sponsorship within 2 business days of receiving the death notification from the ADP/Project by email. (True or False)

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The correct answer is true. When a registered child passes away, it is the responsibility of the NO (National Office) to report the death to the SO (Support Office) and GC (Global Centre) Sponsorship within 2 business days of receiving the death notification from the ADP/Project via email. This ensures that the necessary steps can be taken to update records and make any necessary adjustments to the sponsorship program.

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  • 26. 

    SPONSORSHIP A child’s personal file shall . . . .
    • be kept in a secure place
    • remain in the custody of World Vision
    • be used for any purpose other than WV-related activities or initiatives with or without consent of the child and family or the WV National Office.
    (True or False)

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because a child's personal file should not be used for any purpose other than WV-related activities or initiatives without the consent of the child and family or the WV National Office.

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  • 27. 

    SPONSORSHIP What is the most important special mailing communication from child to sponsor each year?

    • A.

      Annual Progress Report (APR)

    • B.

      Introductory Letters (IL)

    • C.

      Christmas cards

    • D.

      Birthday cards

    Correct Answer
    A. Annual Progress Report (APR)
    Explanation
    The most important special mailing communication from a child to a sponsor each year is the Annual Progress Report (APR). This report provides a comprehensive update on the child's progress, including their educational achievements, health status, and personal development. It allows sponsors to see the impact of their support and helps them to stay connected with the child's journey. Introductory letters, Christmas cards, and birthday cards are also meaningful, but the APR provides a more detailed and informative update.

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  • 28. 

    E-BINDER & REAL TIME REVIEW The reviewer reviews the audit binder to ensure the _______________ of the audit.

    • A.

      Existence

    • B.

      Timeliness

    • C.

      Quality

    • D.

      Ministry

    Correct Answer
    C. Quality
    Explanation
    The reviewer reviews the audit binder to ensure the quality of the audit. This means that the reviewer is checking the accuracy, completeness, and reliability of the information and documentation in the audit binder. By reviewing the binder, the reviewer can assess whether the audit was conducted in accordance with professional standards and whether the findings and conclusions are supported by sufficient evidence.

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  • 29. 

    E-BINDER & REAL TIME REVIEW Where reviewers can sign off?

    • A.

      Top

    • B.

      Bottom, right side

    • C.

      Left side

    • D.

      Bottom, left side

    Correct Answer
    B. Bottom, right side
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Bottom, right side. This means that reviewers can sign off on the e-binder and real-time review at the bottom right side of the document or platform. This is a common location for signatures or approvals in many systems and documents.

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  • 30. 

    E-BINDER & REAL TIME REVIEW What is reviewer supposed to do during the real time review?

    • A.

      Review all the work papers

    • B.

      Review all the supporting documents

    • C.

      Review all work papers and give review notes (if any) and also sign off

    • D.

      Reviewer review only procurement section.

    Correct Answer
    C. Review all work papers and give review notes (if any) and also sign off
    Explanation
    During the real-time review, the reviewer is expected to review all the work papers and provide review notes if necessary. They are also required to sign off on the reviewed work papers. This suggests that the reviewer is responsible for thoroughly examining all the documents and providing feedback or suggestions for improvement if needed. Their sign off indicates that they have completed the review process and are satisfied with the work papers.

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  • 31. 

    E-BINDER & REAL TIME REVIEW What are the advantages of real time review?

    • A.

      Critical issues are scrutinized deeper with the reviewer’s help PLUS the assistance from the RAM is immediate.

    • B.

      Finalized E-tabs can be presented to client at the exit meeting and agreed immediately

    • C.

      Not many review notes after the audit field work

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    Real-time review has several advantages. Firstly, critical issues can be scrutinized more thoroughly with the assistance of the reviewer, and the immediate support from the RAM (Review and Analysis Manager) allows for quick resolution of any problems. Additionally, finalized electronic binders (E-tabs) can be presented to the client during the exit meeting, and any agreements can be reached immediately. Lastly, conducting a real-time review reduces the number of review notes required after the audit field work. Therefore, all of the above statements are advantages of real-time review.

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  • 32. 

    E-BINDER & REAL TIME REVIEW What is real time review in a nutshell?

    • A.

      Audit is conducted within the audit frequency.

    • B.

      Reviewer review after field audit

    • C.

      Reviewer take more time to review

    • D.

      Reviewer reviews all the work papers during the audit

    Correct Answer
    D. Reviewer reviews all the work papers during the audit
    Explanation
    Real-time review refers to the process of reviewing all the work papers during the audit. This means that the reviewer examines the documentation and evidence collected during the audit as it is being conducted, rather than waiting until the field audit is complete. This allows for immediate feedback and corrections to be made, ensuring that the audit is accurate and thorough.

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  • 33. 

    E-BINDER & REAL TIME REVIEW ‘’Review notes on names and dates’’.     What type of review note is this?

    • A.

      Administrative

    • B.

      Substance

    • C.

      Amazing

    • D.

      A and b

    Correct Answer
    A. Administrative
    Explanation
    This review note is classified as administrative because it pertains to organizing and managing information related to names and dates. It does not involve any substantive analysis or evaluation of the content.

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  • 34. 

    E-BINDER & REAL TIME REVIEW Which one is not the administrative review note? Review notes on:

    • A.

      Cross reference

    • B.

      Alignments

    • C.

      Assertions

    • D.

      Indexing

    Correct Answer
    C. Assertions
    Explanation
    The administrative review note is not related to assertions. The review notes may include information on cross-referencing, alignments, and indexing, but not assertions.

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  • 35. 

    E-BINDER & REAL TIME REVIEW What are the advantages of E-binder?

    • A.

      Cost effective

    • B.

      Easy storage

    • C.

      Easy access

    • D.

      All the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All the above
    Explanation
    The advantages of E-binder include being cost effective, as it eliminates the need for physical storage and printing costs. It also provides easy storage, as all documents can be stored digitally in one place. Additionally, E-binder allows for easy access, as documents can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection. Therefore, the correct answer is "All the above."

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  • 36. 

    GIA's FY13 DASHBOARD What are the first three columns of the Global Internal audit’s (GIA) dashboard?

    • A.

      Core, Inherent Risks

    • B.

      Activity, Goal, Metric

    • C.

      Objectives, By when, Results

    • D.

      What, When, How

    Correct Answer
    B. Activity, Goal, Metric
    Explanation
    The first three columns of the GIA's dashboard are Activity, Goal, and Metric. These columns are used to track and measure the progress and performance of different activities within the internal audit function. The "Activity" column represents the specific tasks or actions being undertaken, the "Goal" column represents the desired outcome or target for each activity, and the "Metric" column represents the quantifiable measure or indicator used to assess the achievement of the goals. This arrangement allows for a clear and organized representation of the internal audit activities and their corresponding objectives and results.

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  • 37. 

    GIA's FY13 DASHBOARD For the activity ‘average number of days to issue final audit report’, what does the color code green, red and yellow mean?

    • A.

      Less than 45 days, Over 45 but less than 90 days, over 90 days

    • B.

      Less than 90 days, Over 90 but less than 120 days, Over 120 days

    • C.

      Less than 15 days, Over 15 but less than 30 days, Over 30 days

    • D.

      Good, Not so good, Bad

    Correct Answer
    B. Less than 90 days, Over 90 but less than 120 days, Over 120 days
    Explanation
    The color code green represents a good performance, indicating that the average number of days to issue the final audit report is less than 90 days. The color code red indicates a not so good performance, meaning that the average number of days is over 90 but less than 120 days. Lastly, the color code yellow represents a bad performance, indicating that the average number of days is over 120 days.

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  • 38. 

    GIA's FY13 DASHBOARD How many KPIs are there that relates to the audit recommendations (i.e. recommendations implemented by management,…) ?

    • A.

      3

    • B.

      4

    • C.

      2

    • D.

      5

    Correct Answer
    D. 5
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 5. This means that there are five Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that relate to the audit recommendations implemented by management. These KPIs are likely used to measure the effectiveness and impact of the implemented recommendations.

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  • 39. 

    GIA's FY13 DASHBOARD The main goal of the these activities “succession plan, turnover – GIA and Global and promotion to other areas of the organization” is to:   I. Identify candidates and develop GIA’s leadership succession plan II. Retain a qualified and productive staff  III. Advocate for the promotion of qualified auditors into other areas of the partnership

    • A.

      I only

    • B.

      II and III only

    • C.

      All of the above

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. All of the above
    Explanation
    The activities mentioned in the question, such as succession planning, turnover management, and promoting auditors to other areas of the organization, serve multiple purposes. They help in identifying potential candidates for leadership roles and developing a succession plan for GIA. These activities also aim to retain a qualified and productive staff, ensuring the organization's continuity and stability. Additionally, advocating for the promotion of qualified auditors into other areas of the partnership helps in leveraging their skills and expertise across different departments, enhancing overall organizational performance. Therefore, all of the above options are correct.

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  • 40. 

    WRITING HIGH IMPACT AUDIT REPORT It is only when we identify the correct _______ of the ________ that our work will have a lasting value.

    • A.

      Condition of the cause

    • B.

      Consequence of the cause

    • C.

      Cause of the condition

    • D.

      Cause of the consequence

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Cause of the condition
    Explanation
    To write a high impact audit report, it is crucial to identify the cause of the condition. Understanding the underlying cause allows for a comprehensive analysis of the situation and enables the auditor to provide meaningful recommendations for improvement. By focusing on the cause, the report can address the root issues rather than just the symptoms, leading to lasting value and effective solutions.

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  • 41. 

    WRITING HIGH IMPACT AUDIT REPORT If there is no _________, there is no condition/finding.

    • A.

      Auditor

    • B.

      Risk

    • C.

      Criteria

    • D.

      Cause

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Risk
    Explanation
    In order for there to be a condition or finding in an audit report, there needs to be a risk present. Risks are potential events or circumstances that could have a negative impact on the organization's objectives. The auditor's role is to identify and assess these risks during the audit process. Without the existence of a risk, there would be no basis for identifying any condition or finding in the audit report. Therefore, the presence of a risk is essential for the audit report to have any impact.

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  • 42. 

    WRITING HIGH IMPACT AUDIT REPORT WV promise to sponsors that supported children are provided with access to good health and nutrition was not kept. What statement is this?

    • A.

      Condition

    • B.

      Criteria

    • C.

      Cause

    • D.

      Consequence

    • E.

      Corrective Action

    Correct Answer
    D. Consequence
    Explanation
    The given statement is an example of a consequence. It indicates that the promise made by WV to provide supported children with access to good health and nutrition was not fulfilled. A consequence refers to the result or outcome of a particular action or event. In this case, the consequence is the failure to deliver on the promised access to health and nutrition for the supported children.

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  • 43. 

    WRITING HIGH IMPACT AUDIT REPORT What you should write in the Consequence?

    • A.

      What is..?

    • B.

      What should be..?

    • C.

      Why the condition exists?

    • D.

      So what..?

    Correct Answer
    D. So what..?
    Explanation
    The "So what..?" question is an important aspect to consider when writing a high impact audit report. It prompts the auditor to analyze the consequences of the condition or issue identified in the report. By asking "So what..?", the auditor is encouraged to explore the potential impacts and implications of the condition on the organization or stakeholders. This helps to provide a comprehensive understanding of the significance and urgency of addressing the issue, and allows for more effective decision-making and action planning.

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  • 44. 

    WRITING HIGH IMPACT AUDIT REPORT What you should write in the CAUSE?

    • A.

      What is..?

    • B.

      Why does the condition exists?

    • C.

      So what..?

    • D.

      What should be..?

    Correct Answer
    B. Why does the condition exists?
    Explanation
    The cause in a high impact audit report refers to the reason or factors that have led to the existence of a certain condition. It involves identifying the underlying causes or root causes that have contributed to the current state of affairs. By understanding why the condition exists, auditors can provide insights into the factors that have led to the situation and propose appropriate recommendations or actions to address them.

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  • 45. 

    WRITING HIGH IMPACT AUDIT REPORT What you should write in the Condition?

    • A.

      What should be..?

    • B.

      So what..?

    • C.

      How to make it better?

    • D.

      What is..?

    Correct Answer
    D. What is..?
    Explanation
    The question is asking what should be written in the condition section of a high impact audit report. The answer "What is..?" suggests that the condition section should provide a clear and concise description of the current state or condition of the subject being audited. This section should focus on presenting factual information about the existing situation, without making judgments or offering recommendations for improvement. By providing a thorough understanding of the current condition, the condition section sets the foundation for the subsequent sections of the audit report.

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  • 46. 

    WRITING HIGH IMPACT AUDIT REPORT What is our responsibility as an auditor as we do the audit?

    • A.

      Dig deep enough to diagnose the problem

    • B.

      Surprise the audit client on your audit issues

    • C.

      Raise your voice as you ask questions

    • D.

      Travel and learn about World Vision

    Correct Answer
    A. Dig deep enough to diagnose the problem
    Explanation
    As an auditor, our responsibility is to thoroughly investigate and analyze the financial statements and records of the audited organization. By "digging deep" into the information, we can identify any potential issues or irregularities that may exist. This involves conducting detailed examinations, performing tests, and verifying the accuracy and completeness of the data. By doing so, we can provide a comprehensive and accurate assessment of the organization's financial health and identify any areas of concern that may require further attention or action.

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  • 47. 

    WRITING HIGH IMPACT AUDIT REPORT We need to know first what the cause is before recommending the corrective action. True or False?

    • A.

      False, we can write corrective actions anytime

    • B.

      True, we used to it already

    • C.

      False, we will write corrective action first for our comfort

    • D.

      True, that is the right way to add value

    Correct Answer
    D. True, that is the right way to add value
    Explanation
    The correct answer is true because in order to provide effective and meaningful corrective actions in an audit report, it is important to first identify the root cause of the issue. By understanding the cause, the corrective actions can be tailored to address the underlying problem and prevent similar issues from occurring in the future. This approach adds value to the audit process by ensuring that the recommendations are targeted and impactful.

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  • 48. 

    FINAL RISK OPINION Levels of risk maturity include all of the following, except for:

    • A.

      Risk naive

    • B.

      Risk defined

    • C.

      Risk adventure

    • D.

      Risk enabled

    Correct Answer
    C. Risk adventure
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Risk adventure" because the other options, "Risk naive," "Risk defined," and "Risk enabled," all describe different levels of risk maturity. "Risk adventure" does not fit into this categorization and does not describe a level of risk maturity.

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  • 49. 

    FINAL RISK OPINION The overall audit opinion is categorized as follows:

    • A.

      Executive summary, contents, details, glossary

    • B.

      Risks, Internal controls, Action measures, current levels of monitoring, overall score

    • C.

      What, Who, How, Why

    • D.

      Condition, Criteria, Cause, Consequence, Corrective action

    Correct Answer
    B. Risks, Internal controls, Action measures, current levels of monitoring, overall score
    Explanation
    The correct answer includes the key components of a final risk opinion. It mentions the risks, internal controls, action measures, current levels of monitoring, and overall score. These elements are crucial in providing a comprehensive assessment of the risks involved, the effectiveness of internal controls, the actions taken to mitigate those risks, the ongoing monitoring of the situation, and the overall evaluation of the risk level.

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  • 50. 

    FINAL RISK OPINION What does the risk maturity level of ‘risk aware’ mean?

    • A.

      Strategy and policies in place and communicated. Risk appetite defined

    • B.

      No formal approach developed for risk management

    • C.

      Scattered silo based approach to risk management

    • D.

      Enterprise approach to risk management developed and communicated

    Correct Answer
    C. Scattered silo based approach to risk management
    Explanation
    The risk maturity level of 'risk aware' means that there is a scattered silo-based approach to risk management. This implies that different departments or areas within the organization are independently managing their own risks without a cohesive and coordinated approach. There is a lack of centralized risk management strategy and policies, resulting in a fragmented and inefficient risk management process.

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