Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Administration and Finance > Vice President for Administration and Finance > Faqs
The Internal Auditor reports directly to the President on all audit matters. Operationally, the Internal Auditor reports to the Controller and Vice President for Administration and Finance. Per Kansas Board of Regents policy, the Internal Auditor shall report directly to the Kansas Board of Regents Fiscal Affairs and Audit Committee any situation wherein the Auditor perceives a conflict of interest with or on the part of the President's involvement with the subject of an audit.
The Internal Audit Office has been authorized by the Kansas Board of Regents and the University President to have full and free access to any and all FHSU records, physical properties, and personnel relevant to an audit.
Most audits are selected based on a risk evaluation performed by Internal Audit. Additionally, some audits are requested by the department, FHSU Administration, or the Kansas Board of Regents.
Depending on the complexity and scope of the audit, an audit can take anywhere from a couple of weeks to several months.
Internal Audit will need you to provide information and documentation; however, a conscious effort will be made to limit the effect on your daily operations.
Yes. Audits can be requested by contacting the Internal Auditor. An attempt will be made to comply with all requests; however, Internal Audit resources are limited and requests must be prioritized.