Financial audits address questions of accounting and reporting of financial transactions, including commitments, authorizations and receipt and disbursement of funds.
Compliance audits determine the degree of adherence to laws, policies and procedures.
Operational audits review operating information and the means used to identify, measure, classify and report such information; review the means for safeguarding assets; ascertain whether results are consistent with management's goals and objectives and whether the operations are being carried out as planned; appraise the economy and efficiency with which resources are employed; and review the systems established to ensure compliance with policies, procedures, plans, laws and regulations.
Information Technology audits
Information Technology eaudits valuate controls over information technology (IT) governance, systems and infrastructure life cycle management, IT service delivery, protection of information assets, and business continuity and disaster recovery.
Consulting and advisory projects allow departments access to expert opinion and valuable general counsel on various matters affecting UT Arlington.
Investigative services help you get answers thru the auditors’ objective, intensive research. Auditors are certified and specially trained to find what others may not.
If you are being audited, take a look at our Clent Resources section to better understand the process and expectations. Audits and reviews can be valuable and beneficial to your department - a surprisingly insightful experience.
If you are aware of a fraudulent act that was committed by a member of the UT Arlington campus community, you have the responsibility to notify either your supervisor, the appropriate Administrator, Department of Internal Audit or UT Arlington Police Department. Employees who in good faith report unlawful activity are protected by the Texas Whistle-Blower Act against retaliation.
To report fraud, waste or abuse at UT Arlington, contact the Ethics Hotline at 1-877-507-7314, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the State Auditor’s Office at:
1-800-TXAUDIT (1-800-892-8348), or online at http://sao.fraud.state.tx.us.