Audit Findings

An audit finding is the result of the evaluation of records, factual statements, and other verifiable information collected during an audit. The audit finding should include a statement describing the results of the audit, the criteria that were used to measure the performance of the entity being audited, an explanation of the causes of any problems identified, the difference between the result and what was expected based on the criteria, and recommendations on the actions that should be taken to remedy any identified problems. Audit findings will include the conformance or nonconformance with the audit criteria as well as opportunities for improvement.

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