Preserving the integrity of institutional data reporting: How internal audit can help

Preserving the integrity of institutional data reporting: How internal audit can help

One of the most important contributors to an institution’s sustainability and success is its reputation. A significant component of reputation is also the institution’s ranking/standing in comparison with other colleges and universities.

In the past year there have been multiple reports of inaccurate reporting of institutional data to certain external parties. For example, colleges and universities have recently identified various types of admissions data that had been misreported to the U.S. News and World Report.

In this webinar session we discuss institutional data reporting including:

  • What it is and who receives the data
  • Why it is important to colleges and universities
  • Some of the associated process risks
  • Auditing approaches
  • Industry practices

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Learning objectives:

Upon completing this course, attendees should be able to:

  • Understand data reporting requirements for colleges and universities
  • Illustrate the risks associated with data reporting
  • Provide first-hand experience, discuss frameworks for auditing institutional data reporting, and share industry practices
Who should attend:
  • Internal Auditors
  • Audit Managers/ Directors
  • Chief Audit Executives
  • Compliance Officers
  • Program/Project Managers