The Office of Audits and Analysis is designed to provide positive support to the Board of Regents, the chancellor, System executive management, and the institutions in the effective discharge of their responsibilities. The system-wide internal audit function is coordinated through the System’s director of audits and analysis, who reports directly to the Finance and Audit Committee of the Board of Regents. Each institution has a campus-based internal audit function that reports to the System’s director of audits and analysis.
The mission of Audits and Analysis includes:
Providing to the Board of Regents, the chancellor, and Texas State University System executives independent, objective evaluations regarding enterprise-wide risk management activities, internal controls, and governance processes.
Providing oversight and assistance to The Texas State University System institutions' internal audit offices so they, in turn, can provide institution management with independent, objective evaluations regarding risk management activities, internal controls, and governance processes.
Ensuring that the system-wide internal audit function complies with the Institute of Internal Auditors International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and the Texas Internal Auditing Act.
Enhancing, system-wide, overall awareness of the importance of risk assessment, control, and governance processes.
Audit Plans & Reports
Charles Gregory, CISA, CGEIT
Chief Information Technology Auditor