Toronto, ON: The Canadian Audit and Accountability Foundation has just published an article from Brian Orsini, CIA, CGAP, CRMA, CFE - based on his presentation at the 2019 Canadian Fraud Conference that was held in Montreal on October 20 - 23, 2019.
The article, HOW “POSITIVE AUDITING” ASSURES RELIABLE REPORTING ON STRENGTHS AND OPPORTUNITIES can be found:
The Canadian Audit and Accountability Foundation is dedicated to advancing public sector performance audit, oversight, and accountability in Canada and abroad. They achieve this by providing support to public sector auditors and elected officials to build capacity, share knowledge, and collaborate on issues of mutual interest. Ultimately, our aim is to foster confidence in the public sector and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of government operations through improved oversight and accountability.
Basil Orsini retired in 2017, after more than 35 years working in large federal organizations, mainly in the field of internal audit. Drawing from his experience, he is able to bring forward national lessons learned in the areas of health, employment training, taxation, acquisition and real estate, Aboriginal programs, and housing. Basil has also worked in a large auditing firm and has held volunteer positions with The Institute of Internal Auditors and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, for which he has published articles and made presentations at national and regional conferences on a variety of subjects. He remains active in the areas of internal audit and fraud investigation.