Topic: A. Purpose, Authority, and Responsibility)

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    Yousef Bakar
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    Hello Mr Hock
    I have a specific question in Can you please explain this
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    According to the Standards , the internal audit activity’s goals should specify:
    1-Policies and procedures to guide the internal audit staff.
    2-Engagement work schedules and activities to be reviewed.
    3-Staffing plans and financial budgets.
    4-Measurement criteria and target dates for completion
    But why the answer( 4.)
    thanks

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    Brian Hock
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    Hello, Yousef Baker,

    What is the source of this question? If it is a HOCK question, can you let me know the ID# of the question.

    If it is not a HOCK question, I can’t support it. You would need to go to the provider that prepared this question to get an explanation for it. But, if it is a HOCK question, I will be happy to look at it. I was just not able to find it when I searched our database.

    Brian

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    Yousef Bakar
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    Question ID: CIA1 M1 Q012 (Topic: A. Purpose, Authority, and Responsibility)

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    Brian Hock
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    Thank you. When we are talking about goals that the IAA is trying to achieve, we need those goals to be able to be measurable and have a target date for completion. Otherwise we will not know if we completed it, or when we should complete it. The other choices are not necessarily wrong in that they are bad ideas, but they are not the things that the goals for the IAA would really include. They are more detailed in terms of how something will be achieved, more than what will be achieved.

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