Cash Audits determine whether cash resources are handled in a manner consistent with established City requirements and safeguards against loss.
Comprehensive Reviews determine whether a department, service or program operates efficiently, effectively and economically; and whether risks are minimized.
Advisory Services assist in the development or enhancement of sound business practices and strategies. These services include facilitation (for example, CSA, ERM), process design, and training programs.
Governance Activities determine whether corporate management practices meet general ethical and performance standards, and comply with legal and regulatory requirements.
Investigative Services prove or refute alleged fraudulent or inappropriate behaviour on the part of a City employee, Council member, or other party. Evidence must meet sufficient legal requirements before a matter is turned over to the Edmonton Police Service.
Special Projects are all audits, investigations or studies not listed in the annual audit plan. These may be identified during a scheduled audit, by City Council or the Administration, or suggested by a member of the public.
System Audits ensure that adequate controls are built into automated systems and determine whether they continue to operate effectively.