Late last year Cal Poly launched a brand new Audit Committee. This university-wide committee is the first to be implement at a university in the CSU system. If you want to learn more, check out these fast facts about this new Committee.
- Now, what exactly does an Audit Committee do you might ask? The main purpose of this committee is to provide structured, systematic oversight of Cal Poly’s risk management and internal control practices, as well as Audit and Consulting Services activity. In simpler terms, this committee will help keep Cal Poly on track with any financial processes to comply with laws and regulations.
- This committee will serve as a way for university executives to be aware of all campus work and activities. This will then allow all members to be in unison therefore ensuring that any risk on campus will be addresses timely and appropriately.
- Whether you are a part of the student body, staff, staff or faculty, this affects you! By having this committee there is now a smooth and easy way for concerns to be brought directly to experts of the President’s Cabinet. This will then allow any risk issues to be discussed campus wide.
- The Committee consists of nine members, with President Armstrong serving as the chair of the Committee. A complete list of members includes: Jeffrey Armstrong, Cynthia Villa, Keith Humphrey, Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore, Bill Britton, Renee Reijo Pera, Mike Applegate, Dan DiPaola, Angie Kraetsch.
- This Committee will meet at least two times annually or more frequently as deemed necessary.
For more information, please visit the Audit and Consulting Services Page.