Office of Internal Audit

What Is The Office of Internal Audit?

The Office of Internal Audit is a service unit in the Administration division at Binghamton University. It uses proficiency and due professional care to help University management communicate and achieve their goals and objectives. Each audit assignment is an opportunity to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of University operations and to provide some assurance of compliance with the laws, rules, and regulations governing the operations. The Office of Internal Audit has a direct reporting relationship to the Office of the President at Binghamton University (President & Chief of Staff).

As stated in the charter, the purpose of the Office of Internal Audit is to evaluate the effectiveness, efficiency, and application of accounting, financial reporting, operational, and other internal controls necessary to accomplish University objectives in compliance with established policies, procedures, regulatory requirements, and sound business practices. Internal Audit activities are conducted in compliance with the International Professional Practices Framework promulgated by The Institute of Internal Auditors.

The professional staff of Binghamton University's Office of Internal Audit is available to answer any questions about the audit process and our operations.

Last Updated: 4/9/15