The Office of Internal Audit was established as a service to both management and the Audit Committee of the Board of Trustees. Its purpose is to provide assurance that the internal control systems operate smoothly throughout Touro College and its affiliates. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like our assistance.
What we do
The Internal Audit Department improves TCUS’ operations by focusing on aspects of governance, risk, and compliance. Independent and objective, the Department works closely with our auditees and the individuals we service in order to build long-term relationships and develop a better understanding of the business and operational issues they face.
Our team is comprised of highly trained individuals who possess extensive business and industry expertise, technical acumen, and the ability to identify and analyze key risks and apply best practices based on mutual understanding of audit and business needs. We combine process and system benchmarking experience with organizational knowledge.
The Internal Audit team provides services in the areas of strategy, operations, technology, risk, compliance, and investigations.
- Operational, Compliance and Information Technology Audits assess operational efficiencies and effectiveness; reliability of financial and operational systems; adequacy and clarity of policies and procedures; compliance with university policy and state and federal law; and the proper safeguarding of TCUS assets. Such projects included but not limited to: Human Resources, Information Security, HIPAA Compliance
- Consultative Services offer advisory support and other service activities which include: counsel, advice, facilitation, and specialized training tailored to the development or modification of processes, procedures, and controls that mitigate risk. Such projects include but are not limited to: Enterprise Risk Management, and Special Projects.
- Investigations evaluate allegations of fraudulent business practices and/or misconduct involving financial or operational matters. They determine if allegations are substantiated, and prevent or mitigate future fraudulent activity.