By Buczolich Z.
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Private companies with government contracts get a favorable reaction from the government when they implement best practices based on SOX. There’s certainly no harm in improving internal controls and corporate governance, and the benefits can be very real both in terms of clean financials and process efficiencies. Managing growth Smaller companies that are on a dramatic growth curve frequently use a GRC implementation as a way to make sure that as new employees are quickly hired, threats to the organization’s financial health do not occur.
But with fewer employees, there is less specialization and a single person may be doing many more tasks than in a larger company. One common misunderstanding is that implementing GRC means that all potential conflicts are eliminated. Even in the largest companies, this is almost never the case. Usually, some employees are able to do things that might result in fraud. Such potential conflicts can be handled by adding controls and tests that reveal any bad behavior. Taking out an insurance policy When new owners arrive to take over a company, implementing GRC is one common way to make sure that everything is operating properly and that nothing fraudulent is taking place.
The ad hoc approach to access control can get you clean, but it doesn’t keep you clean: It’s hard to remember to revoke that access after the stress of year-end processing has passed. Smaller companies take the approach of having their audit partners run a one-time testing to identify access control risks annually. The problem is that this provides only a snapshot, and without a GRC solution to help monitor this on a day-to-day basis, problems may go unnoticed for nearly a year before they are uncovered.
A v-integrable function which is not lebesgue integrable on any portion of the unit square by Buczolich Z.