Definitions

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  • n. One subjected to an audit.

Etymologies

From audit +‎ -ee. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • While the OIG must retain its independence in order to remain objective, obtaining input from line management will ensure that auditee concerns about the objectives and methodologies are addressed.

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  • Any objections by the auditee should be resolved between the audit team leader, the auditee and the audit client.

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  • Evidence collected during the audit that suggests an immediate and significant risk (e.g. safety, environmental or quality) should be reported without delay to the auditee and, as appropriate, to the audit client.

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  • An audit team leader should be able to plan the audit and make effective use of resources during the audit, to represent the audit team in communications with the audit client and auditee, to organize and direct audit team members, to provide direction and guidance to auditors-in-training, to lead the audit team to reach the audit conclusions, to prevent and resolve conflicts, and to prepare and complete the audit report.

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  • ISO 19011: 2002 (E) Any need for changes to the audit scope which can become apparent as on-site auditing activities progress should be reviewed with and approved by the audit client and, as appropriate, the auditee.

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  • During the audit, the audit team leader should periodically communicate the progress of the audit and any concerns to the auditee and audit client, as appropriate.

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  • When guides are appointed by the auditee, they should assist the audit team and act on the request of the audit team leader.

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  • Knowledge and skills in this area should cover organizational size, structure, functions and relationships, general business processes and related terminology, and cultural and social customs of the auditee.

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  • Any concern about an issue outside the audit scope should be noted and reported to the audit team leader, for possible communication to the audit client and auditee.

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  • Where the audit is not feasible, an alternative should be proposed to the audit client, in consultation with the auditee.

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