Posts tagged: "Financial audit"
Posted on February 19, 2016 by Sarah Reid
Back in April last year I had the opportunity to work on the audit of the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in Copenhagen. The UN was an audit I had been keen to get on right from the start of my time here, as I am really interested in international issues – I volunteered in Ghana in the summer before joining the NAO and had previously done an internship with a human rights charity. more… UN audit in Copenhagen: New challenges abound
Posted on September 25, 2015 by Noah Herr
It’s hard to believe that only a year has passed since I turned up to the office for my first day at the NAO. I’ve really enjoyed it so far and have learned a lot. In fact, here are some of the highlights of the lessons I have learned during my time as a first-year trainee. more… 10 lessons I’ve learned from my first year at the NAO
Posted on February 6, 2015 by Suhaib Motala
And we are off! It is that time of year again – interim audit. This time of year consists of away trips to various places of the UK, meeting new colleagues that you may not have worked with before, a lot of biscuit treats, and of course some audit work. more… Train ticket. Overnight bag. Laptop. It must be time for interim audit!
Posted on December 12, 2014 by Laura Wright
WGA is a term that you will frequently hear across the office. For most of us, it has become a standard acronym in our audit vocabulary but if you join the office for the first time, these three letters will probably don’t mean much to you. So, what does WGA stand for and why is it so important to us? more… What is… WGA?
Posted on July 25, 2014 by Lis Radbon
The NAO’s annual report was published recently. I’ve picked some snippets that stood out for me – hoping this will whet your appetite for more. more… The NAO’s annual report – essential reading? You decide!