Sunday, April 29, 2007

What are the Responsibilities of LEAD AUDITOR?

The Lead Auditor is ultimately responsible for all phases of the audit. The Lead Auditor should have management capabilities and experience and should be given authority to make final decisions regarding the conduct of the audit and any audit observations.

The Lead Auditor’s responsibilities includes:

1. Assisting with the selection of other audit team members.

2. Preparation of the AUDIT PLAN.

3. Representing the AUDIT TEAM with auditee’s management.

4. Submitting the AUDIT REPORT.

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