Senior management continually seeks ways to improve control over the organizations they lead. Internal controls are implemented to keep public or private enterprises, non-profit and other entities regardless of size on course toward meeting established goals, while minimizing risk.
Because internal controls serve many important purposes, there are increasing demands for improved internal control reporting and systems. Internal controls are viewed as tools that help reduce a variety of potential problems.
Milligan & Company provides a wide range of internal control services that assist management in achieving its objectives. These assessments and reviews serve to identify significant exposures as well as recommend and implement solutions for mitigation.
Reviews of internal controls are an important part of our financial audit and business advisory services. Our methodologies recognize the importance of information systems and control structures in the early stages of our audit and advisory engagements.
Internal controls consist of interrelated components that are integrated with day-to-day management processes. Maintaining effective internal controls is continuous process.
Controls will change over time as risks and processes change. Enterprises should have processes to update, identify and assess risks and to continuously monitor and measure the effectiveness of their internal control systems.
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