The role of internal audit is to provide independent assurance that an organisation's risk management, governance and internal control processes are operating effectively.
Internal auditors deal with issues that are fundamentally important to the long term survival and prosperity of any organisation. They consider not only financial risks but also wider issues such as delivery of quality services to customers, the organisation's reputation, growth, its impact on the environment and the way it treats its employees
In sum, internal auditors help organisations to succeed. We do this through a combination of assurance and consulting. The assurance part of our work involves telling managers and members how well the systems and processes designed to keep the organisation on track are working. Then, we offer consulting or advisory services to help improve those systems and processes where necessary.
We prepare a risk-based annual Internal Audit Plan in conjunctions with the Corporate Anti-Fraud Team (CAFT).
Internal Audit present quarterly reports to the Audit Committee, these reports are published here.
Barnet now lead The Cross Council Assurance Service (CCAS) for internal audit, advisory, risk management and counter fraud services. This is a Framework contract that is available to public sector bodies across the UK.
We comply with the Public Sector Internal Audit Standards which can be found here:
Internal Audit team
- Head of Internal Audit, Caroline Glitre
(x3721 / firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Internal Audit Manager, Berniece Sarsah
- (x4688 / email@example.com)
- Senior Audit Executive, Ian Speirs
(x7159 / firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Olakunle Oni, Audit Executive
(x4507 / email@example.com)
- Julie Penny, Schools Auditor
(x2624 / firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Wesley Sinfield, Internal Audit & Anti-Fraud Apprentice
(x5108 / email@example.com)