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audits, plural;
  1. Conduct an official financial examination of (an individual's or organization's accounts)
    • - companies must have their accounts audited
  2. Conduct a systematic review of
    • - auditing obstetrical and neonatal care
  3. Attend (a class) informally, not for academic credit

  1. An official inspection of an individual's or organization's accounts, typically by an independent body

  2. A systematic review or assessment of something
    • - a complete audit of flora and fauna at the site

  1. audited account: an inspection of the accounting procedures and records by a trained accountant or CPA
  2. examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification; "audit accounts and tax returns"
  3. a methodical examination or review of a condition or situation; "he made an audit of all the plants on his property"; "an energy efficiency audit"; "an email log audit"
  4. attend academic courses without getting credit
  5. (auditor) hearer: someone who listens attentively
  6. (auditor) a student who attends a course but does not take it for credit
  7. The general definition of an audit is an evaluation of a person, organization, system, process, enterprise, project or product. The term most commonly refers to audits in accounting, but similar concepts also exist in project management, quality management, and for energy conservation.
  8. An audit is an educational term for the completion of a course of study for which no assessment is made or grade awarded. Retrieved on 8 March 2010. ...
  9. Auditing was developed by L. Ron Hubbard, and is described by the Church of Scientology as "spiritual counseling which is the central practice of Dianetics and Scientology".
  10. In telecommunications, the term audit has the following meanings: * Telecom Audit defines the act of conducting a review, examination and reconciliation of Telecom, Wireless and Network customer service records, invoicing and contract agreements in order to ensure the accuracy of budgetary ...
  11. This article is a list of episodes from The Golden Girls.
  12. (Auditor (ecclesiastical)) In ecclesiastical terminology, an Auditor (from a Latin word meaning "hearer") is a person given authority to hear cases in an ecclesiastical court.
  13. An examination in general; A judicial examination; An independent review and examination of records and activities to assess the adequacy of system controls, to ensure compliance with established policies and operational procedures, and to recommend necessary changes in controls, policies, or ...
  14. (auditor) One who audits bookkeeping accounts; In many jurisdictions, an elected or appointed public official in charge of the public accounts; a comptroller; One who audits an academic course; who attends the lectures but does not earn academic credit; One trained to perform spiritual ...
  15. (Audited) Financial statements were prepared and certified by a Certified Public Accountant.
  16. (Auditing) The act of verifying the correctness of a procedure. In order to be able to conduct an audit it is necessary to be able to definitively determine what procedures were actually carried out so as to be able to compare this to the recommended process. ...
  17. (Auditing) The process of recording a sequence of events on servers, workstations, and other networking devices. Audited events are recorded in one or more logs.
  18. (Auditing (grid auditing)) Grid auditing in OSG relates to resolving claims of challenged authentication and exposed risk on grid services which accept delegated credentials. ...
  19. (Auditing) Counseling that "helps an individual look at his own existence and improves his ability to confront what he is and where he is.'' The auditor uses an E-meter, a device that measures the subject's reaction to questions, helping the auditor locate areas of distress. ...
  20. (Auditing) Noting down the results of the analysis on a regular basis
  21. (Auditing) Pastoral counciling delivered by an auditor, one who listens. Oftentimes using an e-meter, a device that shows the presence, change in, or lack there of in mental mass. ...
  22. (Auditing) Scientologists will tell you this is similar to counseling. An E-meter is often, but not always used. On the lower levels, an auditor guides the PC (pre-clear) through various questions supposedly designed to elicit a certain result. ...
  23. (Auditing) The action of running Scientology or Dianetic processes on a preclear. Auditing usually involves an e-meter, with the PC holding onto the soup-can electrodes, and an Auditor taking down notes and asking questions. Auditing in the HGC costs over $500 per hour. ...
  24. (Auditing) The review and analysis of management, operational, and technical controls.
  25. (Auditing) Tracking who submitted what, where and when.