AGA-Sponsored Training Course
A New Service Model: Auditor Roles in Government Performance Measurement
Government auditors can increase their value by taking on new roles and practices aimed at improving performance measurement and management. In this course, participants will learn how to apply an organized framework to determine which specific practices provide the best opportunities for adding new value to the entity they serve.
The framework will be presented in the context of models of effective governance, service delivery, managing for results and organizational learning. Situational examples, case histories, self-assessment exercises and presentation materials will help participants learn:
- Where to obtain tools used by innovative auditors for implementing these practices.
- Which practices are best to apply now in their entity; and what skills they may need to develop.
- How to change roles and practices used over time to keep adding more value as performance management in their government evolves.
CPE credits: 8
Field of Study: Auditing (Governmental)
Format: Lecture, Group Discussion, Class Examples and Exercises
Length: 1 day
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