Internal Auditing in the United States Navy : a Search for Improvements
Francisco, Dick H.
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Internal auditing has not attained the desired acceptance throughout the Naval Establishment. This lack of acceptance prevents the realization of the full potential of internal auditing in the United States Navy. Reasons for this lack of acceptance are suggested, and recommendations made, which if adopted, should help to create better acceptability for the function of internal audit.
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