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Army Managers' Internal Control Administrators' Course

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  • ORegistration open
  • FClass full
  • GGuaranteed to Go
  • RRemote Classroom
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Session Schedule Location Tuition Status
Jan 17 - Jan 18, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , WED-THU
San Antonio , TX $649 O
Mar 28 - Mar 29, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , WED-THU
San Diego , CA $649 O
Jun 12 - Jun 13, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , TUE-WED
Washington , DC $649 O
Aug 01 - Aug 02, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , WED-THU
Washington , DC $649 O
Sep 18 - Sep 19, 2018
08:30 - 16:30 , TUE-WED
Washington , DC $649 O
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Course overview

This two-day seminar provides the detailed guidance you need to carry out your roles and responsibilities as an Army Internal Control Administrator. It covers the statutory and regulatory requirements of the Army's Internal Control Program as well as other pertinent guidance. You will fully grasp the underlying Army philosophy on internal controls, the major elements of the Army Manager's Internal Control Program, and the basic responsibilities of key players in the process. By completing practical exercises, you will gain experience in conducting internal control evaluations and identifying control weaknesses.

Who should attend?

Internal Control Administrators and staff working for the Department of the Army, Army Reserve, and Army National Guard.

Learning outcomes

  • Identify assessable units
  • Develop an internal control evaluation plan
  • Conduct effective internal control evaluations
  • Identify and document control weaknesses
  • Establish corrective action plans
  • Prepare annual statements of assurance

Course outline

Syllabus -- Army Management Control Administrator's Course, AUDT9015G, Grad. School, USDA

Module 1: Expectation and Responsibilities of Army Managers

Module 2: Statutory and Regulatory Framework

Module 3: Definition and Benefits of Effective Internal Controls

Module 4: When Internal Controls Fail

Module 5: The GAO Standards for Internal Control

Module 6: The Army's Internal Control Program

Module 7: Designating Assessable Units and Assessable Unit Managers

Module 8: Responsibilities of the Internal Control Administrator

Module 9: Developing Effective Management Control Plans

Module 10: Conducting Internal Control Evaluations

Module 11: Identifying, Reporting, and Correcting Material Weaknesses

Module 12: The Annual Statement of Assurance

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