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Peer Review Reports

The Government Auditing Standards (GAS) require that audit organizations have a system of quality control and undergo an external peer review every three years.  In accordance with those standards, the OIG has developed and implemented a quality control policy and procedures to ensure that audits and attestation engagements are conducted in compliance with the GAS. 

The OIG is both subject to and conducts peer reviews of other Federal Offices of Inspector General.  Below is a copy of the most recent peer review report of the EAC OIG’s quality control process.

2015

Report on the Modified Peer Review of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission Office of Inspector General Audit Organization

2012

System Review Report and Comment Letter for the Audit Peer Review of the Election Assistance Commission’s Office of Inspector General

2009

System Review Report on the U.S. Election Assistance Commission Office of Inspector General Organization

 

 

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