Help The Internal Audit Foundation Deliver Innovative, Educational Resources
The Internal Audit Foundation develops educational books, tools, and content to help internal auditors address the needs of stakeholders.
Content developed through the Foundation serves as a conduit for The IIA in identifying the trends that shape best practices through:
- Comprehensive research reports and whitepapers.
- Rich data that delivers insight into thought leadership and trending issues.
- Peer-reviewed books, tools, and study materials published and available for purchase either online or in print format through the IIA Bookstore.
Open Requests for Proposals
|CRMA Study Guide and Exam Practice Questions
||September 6, 2019
||The Internal Audit Foundation is seeking an author, or team of authors, to collaborate with on the update of CRMA Study Guide and Exam Practice Questions (publication) in alignment with the new exam syllabus and is soliciting proposals in response to the Request for Proposal (RFP).|
|Update to the IIA textbook: Internal Auditing: Assurance and Advisory Services
||September 27, 2019
||The Internal Audit Foundation is seeking an author, or team of authors, to collaborate with on the update of Internal Auditing: Assurance and Advisory Services (textbook)|
Benefits of Becoming an Author
■Peer Review – All books, research reports, whitepapers, and products published by the Foundation undergo a peer
review process by a select team of subject matter expert (SME) volunteers who have expertise in the work’s topic.
Reviewers provide feedback, serve as advisers to the author, and make valuable contributions to improving the
product’s overall quality. For the author, peer review validates an author’s work, lending credibility that the material is
accurate and relevant.
■Professional Editing and Service – Our team of in-house editors works closely with authors to ensure accuracy,
correctness, and quality of the final product. We also have staff to assist with project management and data analysis.
■Marketing and Distribution – Books published by the Foundation are marketed to practitioners in various delivery
methods and platforms, including Apple Store and Amazon.
■CPE Credits – As an author, you may earn up to 25 CPE credit hours for a published work (subject to work length
and project scope).
■Complimentary Copies (printed books only).