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2004, vol. 47, iss. 1-2, pp. 99-112
Internal control of enterprise
JKP 'Novosadska toplana', Novi Sad
Abstract
Outside the enterprise, internal control systems do not provide sufficient protection to investment decision makers from the possibility of great management fraud. However, the system of internal control is there to provide assurance for management of an enterprise that accounting information of an enterprise is reliable. Internal control systems, internal and external audit, never really had an exclusive task to protect an enterprise form fraud, or to protect the owner and wider public from management fraud. These days, especially, institutes for internal control and audit, are becoming modern management's instrument for running and managing business operations, and for permanent evaluation reliability of an enterprise. Internal control is a form of supervision of accounting and administrative controls, and something even more, it is a special value adding philosophy in an organization through its activities. Operational audit has exceeded internal audit. Operational audit is a widespread activity that is established to analyze organizational structure, internal control systems, and flow of a working process, wider evaluation reliability and management performance results. Operational audit is and instrument of business operations of an enterprise, management tool and its corrector. It measures the realization of an organization compared to its purpose and goals set. Operational audit deals with entire achievement of goals effectiveness of business procedures and internal control, performance of some managers and other non-financial aspects of business operations. Operational audit uses exceptional, special senses through logical auditing technique to realize the purpose of organizational goals, operations controlling processes, communication and information system.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.2298/PRIZ0402099N
published in SCIndeks: 02/06/2007