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Responsibility by Organizational Role

A successful internal control program depends on the participation of all employees at every level. Competence and professional integrity are essential components of a sound internal control program. All employees should be aware of the University’s goals and their participation roles in attaining those goals. By knowing what their responsibilities are, all employees can help to provide reasonable assurance that the University’s internal control systems are adequate and operating in an efficient manner.

Everyone within an organization has some responsibility for monitoring. However, the position a person holds in the organization helps to determine the focus and extent of these responsibilities.

All employees are responsible for the following:

Management, in general, has the following additional responsibilities:

Particular to the management level, responsibilities are further outlined:


Mid-Level Managers

Executive Management

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Last Updated: 5/9/11