Thirty-eight percent of organizations are turning to outside services to supplement the efforts of their internal audit function, according to a new survey of chief audit executives.

A new report from the Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation examines third-party activities in a number of areas, including usage by industry, region, organization size and budget, and anticipated third-party usage in the coming year.

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