Control Self-Assessment (CSA) is a process by which
University departments assess the adequacy of their internal controls and
identify opportunities for improvement.
The CSA process involves two key components:
Department staff members play an active role in
assessing their internal controls.
Department staff members are given the tools to
conduct self-audits between Internal Audit
Control Self-Assessment is effective in assessing the
control environment, business and financial risk, control activities, and
control effectiveness. Although CSA
empowers University operating personnel and enhances business partnering
between Internal Audit and departmental
personnel, it does not eliminate the need for an audit. If you want to perform a self-assessment, use
the Control Self-Assessment Guide that follows.
The CSA Table of Contents includes hyperlinked navigation to
the sections within the CSA guide..
The Internal Audit
Department is available to assist you.
Should you require additional information, contact the Internal Audit Department.