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Continuous monitoring and auditing municipalities

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Continuous monitoring and auditing municipalities
Naoual Ezzamouri and Joris Hulstijn from Netherlands published a paper about
continuous monitoring and auditing in municipalities in earlier this year. The first
application of continuous auditing was developed at AT&T Bell Laboratories in 1989, the
system developed by Vasarhelyi and Halper. This is only applied in private sector. In 2007,
Wenming Zhu published a paper in Internal Auditor indicated that China National Audit
Office is using audit information system to help internal auditors determine the reliability of
the budget system. Also, many researchers from Nigeria, Kenya are put a lot more thoughts
in continuous monitoring and auditing the government agencies and public sector. It is
apparently this is more associated with the corruption and fraud of those developing
countries. But it is also meaningful for the US to apply them for municipalities to improve the
information transparency and public accountability.
This topic is also highly related to E-government, which is the most promising subject
in public administration area.
Rutgers Business School, Accounting department, AIS major is ranking first in the
world for 19 years, we are leading the change of the accounting information changes and the
design science.
At Rutgers – Newark, we are the most diversity campus in the United States, we
should consider how to serve our society better.
Potential partner:
School of Public Affair and Administration
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
Deloitte
KPMG
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