Internal Audit

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Internal Audit department

The internal Audit department was introduced in February 2013 with the main role being to add value to the operations of Murang’a University. The Internal Audit function assists the University in fulfilling its vision, mission, strategic initiatives, and objectives, while adhering to its core values, by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of enterprise-wide risk management, internal control systems and governance processes.

Core values      

Internal Audit will operate in keeping with its core values of:

  • Independence;

  • Integrity;

  • Probity;

  • Discretion.

Ultimately, the Internal Audit function helps ensure:

  • Risks are appropriately identified and managed.

  • Significant financial, managerial, and operating information is accurate, reliable, and timely.

  • University resources are used efficiently and adequately safeguarded.

  • University operations are transacted in accordance with sufficient internal controls, good business judgment, and high ethical standards.

  • Quality and continuous improvement are fostered in the University’s internal control processes.

  • Opportunities for improving the University’s internal controls may be identified during internal audits; the opportunities will be communicated to the audit committee of the university council, the vice chancellor, and other appropriate members of university management.