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Accountability of operations:  Every leader’s business
Accountability of operations:  Every leader’s business
From the Office of Internal Review...

| 02/19/2010

As commanders and managers, we strive to achieve the command’s missions and goals. We must also provide accountability for our operations.  In order to succeed, we must continually assess and evaluate the internal control structure for which we are in charge.  This is to assure commanders that the internal control structure of the organization is well designed and operated, providing reasonable assurances that the unit’s missions are being achieved.  In particular, commanders and managers must continue to examine their internal controls to determine unit performance, how it may be improved and the degree to which it helps identify and addr... Read More...

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From the Office of Internal Review...
From the Office of Internal Review...

| 12/07/2009

We as federal managers, Soldier and Civilian alike, we have an inherent obligation to administer Internal Controls effectively within our organizations. We owe it to our Commanders, Managers, and more importantly, we owe it to those who resource our missions, operations and our very well being -- the American Taxpayer. The United States Army has established and uses a formal code of conduct as well as other policies communicating appropriate ethical and moral behavioral standards in addressing acceptable operational practices and conflicts of interest. Arguably, the most important of this is the Seven Army Values: Loyalty, Duty, Respect f... Read More...

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