If you perform Yellow Book audits and/or single audits, it is a given that a peer reviewer will be looking at your work on those engagements! Why fret and sweat about what peer reviewers are going to be looking for? In this course, we will explore the key audit requirements that peer reviewers focus on, how the auditor complies with those requirements, and common pitfalls seen in Yellow Book and single audits. This course will help you proceed and succeed in your Yellow Book and single audits!
Not-for-profit and government auditors
Understand what peer reviewers look at (and don’t look at) when reviewing Yellow Book and single audits Apply some of the best practices and avoid some of the worst habits seen in audits of governments and not-for-profits Skillfully apply today’s Yellow Book and Uniform Guidance requirements
The key requirements and audit areas that peer reviewers hone in on when reviewing Yellow Book and single audit engagements Avoiding common pitfalls seen in Yellow Book and single audits How to improve your performance on Yellow Book and single audits while staying in good graces with your peer reviewer
Some introductory background in Yellow Book and single auditing