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Date: January 2009

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Table of Contents



Review Objectives

The objectives of the management practices reviews are:



Review vs. Audit Assurance

In considering the findings and recommendations of this review, it is important to distinguish between a review and an audit engagement as this impacts the level of assurance obtained and the extent to which findings may or may not be extrapolated.

Review engagements such as this one are conducted to provide valuable high-level information to stakeholders and to serve as a risk assessment that can lead to further audit procedures.

Although the findings obtained from a review can be used to indicate specific strengths and areas for improvement, they cannot be reliably extrapolated without the high level of assurance that an audit can provide.









Observations - General Management


Areas for Improvement



Background - Human Resources



Observations - Human Resources


Areas for Improvement



Observations – Grants and Contributions


Areas for Improvement



Observations – Contracting


Areas for Improvement



Observations – Acquisition Cards




Observations - Financial Management




Recommendations - General Management



Recommendations - Human Resources



Recommendations - Grants and Contributions



Recommendations - Contracting


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