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So we tend to build our careers around our weaknesses instead of looking at our strengths and all the things we do well.
The purpose of this study is to investigate one specific industry, computers, and how management responds to material weaknesses in internal control.
The purpose of this study is to investigate one specific industry, banking, and its management responses to material weaknesses in internal control within its Section 404 reporting.
The tendency to spot weaknesses is so ingrained that even strengths can easily be perceived as weaknesses.
You know, analyzed its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats?
Those same risks, defined as weaknesses associated with individual process areas, can be tracked or monitored as the contract progresses by doing the following:
has released the latest module in its OneClose suite, Account Reconciliation, which the company says eliminates material weaknesses and deficiencies created by reconciliation problems, trims associated labor costs by up to 40 percent and boosts the accuracy of financial results.
They must report most errors the auditor finds as material misstatements and material weaknesses unless they can prove their own controls would have found the error.
Strengths, weaknesses and benefits were also reviewed in relation to the survey.
These weaknesses related to SEC's controls over (1) recording and reporting disgorgements and penalties pertaining to those who violate securities laws, (2) preparing financial statements and related disclosures, and (3) information security.
The IRS needs to fix several serious security control weaknesses to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of sensitive taxpayer and Bank Secrecy Act information, according to the GAO.
Under the agencies' Uniform Loan Classification Standards, classified loans have well defined weaknesses, including default in some cases.