[IMGCAP(1)]Documenting audit and review procedures often feels more like administrative than value-adding work.
And some procedures—like analytics, for example—require more extensive documentation due to the amount of judgment applied in their selection, design and evaluation. While it can be quite tempting to skimp on documentation, doing so can further delay the audit process when work papers don’t pass internal reviews.
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