Australian & New Zealand University Internal Audit Group (ANZUIAG) is a discussion group open to Internal Audit staff from Australian and New Zealand tertiary education providers.

 

 

MEMBERSHIP

Membership is available to those involved in audit or risk management in a university, TAFE, or higher education college in Australia and New Zealand.

LINKEDIN

The ANZUIAG LinkedIn site has been set up to provide an area for questions and discussion amongst members.

To apply for membership in LinkedIn, please follow the procedures here.

MAILING LIST

The ANZUIAG mailing list is a useful way for members to post a question, raise issues and share best practices and resources with other ANZUIAG members.

To join the mailing list, you may either send an email to anzuiag-l-request@lists.unisa.edu.au and insert 'subscribe' (without the quotation marks) in the subject of the email, or go to https://lists.unisa.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/anzuiag-l and subscribe. 

 

Conference Programs and Presentations

Year Presentations
2012-Present View (link to AURIMS site)
Year Program Presentations
2011 Download

Leverage Technology to Empower Internal Audit - Bryan Burnhart
Research - David Cookson

Fraud & Forensic Accounting - Dean Newlan
Open Forum

Higher Education and the Power of Choice - Ernst & Young

Integrity Matters - Holly Lindsay
Academic Risk - Phill Draber
TEQSA - Pip Pattison
Pushing the Boundaires - Seema Patel
Education Sector and Public Sector Issues - Tim Loughnan

2010 Download ANZUIAG: Past, Present and future - Armanas, Draber, Procopis
Assurance Mapping - Peter Beaton
Computer Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques - Bennison, Webster, Park
Internal Audit Engagement Protocols - Lee Ward
Lion Tamers and Horse Whisperers, Shaping Workplace CulturesPaul Collins
Recent Fraud Examples in Australian and New Zealand Organisations -Kevin Hannan Devine
Internal Audit Planning - Blunt, Brown, McGrath
Cross sectoral collaboration future directions in Australia - Neville Moo and Craig Setter
Sustainability and Environmental Risk Management at UQ and QUT -Brian Fenn and Stuart Green
Delegations of Authority - Andrew Cooke
Improving the Health of your University Risk ProgramsToni Casey and Harry Rosenthall