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Audit committee: setting a programme of work for internal scrutiny
A key responsibility of the audit committee is to set a programme of work for those carrying out internal scrutiny in your trust. Find out what you need to consider when setting the programme of work, and the process for doing so.
- The audit committee
- The audit committee's role in internal scrutiny
- What is a programme of work?
- The process for setting a programme of work
- Prompts and considerations
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