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Produced by: Internal Audit (617) 552-8689

The purpose of this newsletter is to provide the BC community with information on good business practices, internal controls and responsibilities.  We hope that by providing this array of information, we can help you implement effective controls in your area of operations.

Message from the Director

I am pleased to join the Boston College Internal Audit team.  Our main objective is to assist the University in accomplishing its goals and objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes. We strive to maintain a dynamic, team-oriented environment, which encourages personal and professional growth, and challenges and rewards our employees for excelling and reaching their full potential.

With our audit services we partner with management in evaluating risk mitigation practices, safeguarding of assets, and compliance with laws, regulations, and policies and procedures. In our role, we seek to establish open communication, cooperation, and a mutually beneficial working professional relationship with our internal customers. We serve the University by upholding the highest professional standards, recruiting and training professional staff and communicating best practices in internal controls, risk management and business process design.

To learn more about our staff and what we do, visit our web site at http://www.bc.edu/offices/audit/ Feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or concerns you may have.

Ann Harte

(617) 552-8689

ann.harte@bc.edu

                   

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Save the Date…..

Tuesday, November 8th 10:00 – 11:30
Identity Theft: A Guide to Protecting Yourself and Boston College
(Boston Room, Corcoran Commons)

Identity theft is a “hot” topic in today’s world, and it is not likely to fade any time soon. The challenge for us, as Boston College employees, as well as in our personal life, is taking preventative action so that identity theft won’t happen. In this interactive session, we address types of identity theft and fraud.   Topics discuss include common types and warning signs of identity theft, and ways in which you can identify risks that may result in identity theft.

Who Should Attend?
Anyone who wants to learn more to maintain high professional and ethical standards in their work environment.

To register, email employee.development@bc.edu or call x28532.