Code of Ethics: Implementation Guides
June 18, 2019
1:00–2:00 p.m. ET
Professional ethics is not always black and white. When dealing with shades of grey, how can an internal auditor know when a certain behavior conforms with The IIA’s Code of Ethics? Find out by participating in this Members Only Webinar on the Code of Ethics Implementation Guides. Scott Page, CIA, CCSA, CRMA and James Rose, CIA, CRMA, both members of The IIA’s Professional Responsibility and Ethics Committee, will review how internal auditors can apply the Code of Ethic’s Rules of Conduct for Integrity, Objectivity, Confidentiality, and Competency to everyday professional situations.
- Understand how CAEs and individual auditors can set the stage for conformance with the Code of Ethics.
- Understand how CAEs and individual internal auditors can demonstrate conformance with the Code of Ethics.
- Understand applicability and enforcement of the Code of Ethics.
Course Duration: 1 hour
CPEs Available: 1
Knowledge Level: Basic
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Internet Group Live
Scott Page, CIA, CCSA, CRMA
Director of Internal Audit, LifeLabs
Scott is the Director of Internal Audit for LifeLabs with more than 20 years of experience as head of Internal Audit. Scott has been actively involved with the Internal Audit profession since 2006. His expertise is working with clients to bring leading and best practices to functions in the areas of control environment, risk assessment, control activities, internal reporting, external reporting and monitoring activities. His ability to work with others with proven experience allows him to bring teams together for a common goal or resolution of issues or to assist them in ensuring that their goals and priorities are achieved. He is also seen as a professional with excellent judgement and extremely strong ethics. Scott continually challenges the way Internal Audit does its work to look for more effective and efficient ways of accomplishing our goals including the use of data analytics and the use of information technology.
James Rose CIA, CRMA, CPA, CISA, CISSP
Managing Director, SunHawk Consulting
James Rose is a Managing Director with SunHawk Consulting where he leads the payer and provider audit and governance practices. Thru his own organization, The Alastair Group, LLC, which focuses on non-profit and international organizations - Mr. Rose currently serves as an Expert Advisor to the World Health Organization’s Staff Insurance Program as well as Chair of the Audit and Risk Management Advisory Committee of the 100,000+ student Jefferson Country Public Schools. Previously James served for six years on the Audit Committee of the Rome, Italy based United Nations World Food Programme – the last two as Chair.
James began his career as a Foreign Service Officer with the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Agency for International Development, reviewing foreign economic assistance programs in Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia. He also worked as Director of Financial Audits with the Auditor of Public Accounts of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and then as Director of Performance Audits, leading the effort to create the department that now conducts performance and operational reviews of state programs.
In the private sector Mr. Rose served for 15 years as Chief Audit Executive of Humana where he established the Enterprise Risk Management program. He served as Director at Navigant, a global regulatory consulting firm leading the U.S. payer practice. At Aperture Credentialing, LLC Mr. Rose served as the Chief Financial Officer as well as oversaw operations of the organization including development of their information technology strategy. Previously Mr. Rose served as founding co-lead of the Data Analysis and Review Committee of the Healthcare Fraud Prevention Partnership sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Justice.
James currently serves on the Institute of Internal Auditor’s Professional Responsibility and Ethics Committee. Previously he served as Vice-Chair of the IIA’s Global Professional Development Committee and as Vice-Chair of the International Professional Issues Committee which drafts the practice guidelines for the profession worldwide.