Standards

Additional Information

Supervision

                                 Quality Control

                                                                       Continuing Professional Education

                                  

                                                         Independence

                      Due Care


Every three years, the firm is subject to a system peer review. The review includes engagements covered under GAAP, GAAS, Governmental Auditing Standards, Single Audit, and the Uniform Guidance.   Our firm quality control standards were implemented in 2005 and are updated regularly. Firm quality control policies include:


  1. Leadership responsibilities for quality within the Firm
  2. Relevant ethical requirements
  3. Acceptance and continuance of client relationships and specific engagements
  4. Human resources
  5. Engagement performance, and
  6. Monitoring


Firm professionals adhere to policies and procedures that provide reasonable assurance that all audit, review, attestation, and compilation engagements are properly planned, performed, supervised, reviewed, documented and reported upon in accordance with the requirements of regulatory authorities and professional standards.


Our professionals that provide government audits, attend specialized training based on the higher required standards of GAGAS, where team members take a minimum of 24 hours of training in each 2 year period in subjects and topics directly related to government auditing, the government environment, or the specific or unique environment in which the audited entity operates in. In most cases, we attend several hours over the required hours of training annually.

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