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Who is Responsible for Internal Controls?

Management is responsible for establishing and maintaining the control environment. Auditors play a role in a system of internal controls by performing evaluations and making recommendations for improved controls. Furthermore, every employee plays a role in either strengthening or weakening the Institution’s internal control system. Therefore, all employees need to be aware of the concept and purpose of internal controls.