Tips to Help Non-Technology Auditors Manage Technology Audits in Government

This article is one of a 7-part series on "Technology Auditing Strategies" co-authored by Roberto Calderon. In today’s technology-heavy world, working “outside of your area or industry” is a...

Using New Technology on Government Audits

This article is one of a 7-part series on "Technology Auditing Strategies" co-authored by Roberto Calderon, Lyn McGee and Dr. Paul Eder. It is almost 2019, with less than two weeks to finish an...

Being an Auditor vs. Being an Auditee

This article is one of a 7-part series on "Technology Auditing Strategies" co-authored by Dr. Paul Eder. Government audits always have two major players who enter the project with wildly different...

Managing Program Evaluations Using QSIE Standards

This article is one of a 7-part series on "Technology Auditing Strategies" co-authored by Roberto Calderon and Dr. Paul Eder. Evaluations are a systematic assessment of the operation and/or outcomes...

Tips for Serving as an Expert Resource on a Government Audit

This article is one of a 7-part series on "Technology Auditing Strategies" co-authored by Roberto Calderon and Dr. Paul Eder. An audit is an official inspection or examination of financial statements,...

Auditing Agile Projects: Things to Consider

This article is one of a 7-part series on "Technology Auditing Strategies" co-authored by Roberto Calderon and Dr. Paul Eder. Many new technology projects in government are being implemented via Agile...

Static Code Analysis: A Tool for Technology Auditors

This article is one of a 7-part series on “Technology Auditing Strategies” co-authored by Roberto Calderon and Dr. Paul Eder. Auditors today need to be tech savvy. Nearly every new...

Takeaways from the 2018 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey

This article was written by Andrew Wagner, Web & Video Editor of Government Matters on WJLA-TV. You may also view the original version of this article at govmatters.tv. The results...

How Agencies Should Prep for Artificial Intelligence

Here are the opportunities and requirements for success. Artificial intelligence refers to the ability of computers systems to perform tasks that normally require human intellect and judgment. Also...

Do Your Programs Still Fit?

Perhaps you should try them on for size.From Grace Commissions to the National Performance Reviews (NPR) to Presidents Management Agendas (PMAs) to the Government Performance Results Modernization Act...