IIA Challenges ‘Ill-advised’ Revisions to Knox County, Tenn., Audit Governance
The Institute of Internal Auditors is speaking out against legislative changes that weaken internal audit governance in Knox County, Tenn. The local County Commission recently voted to remove references to IIA Standards from the code that governs the county’s internal audit department and eliminated the role The IIA’s East Tennessee Chapter played in selecting a member of the county’s audit committee. Read the letter from IIA President and CEO Richard F. Chambers to the Knox County Commission chairman outlining IIA concerns.
Letter to the Knox County Commission Chairman