New College of Florida is committed to a sound control environment, active risk management, process improvement, ethical conduct, and compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies. Pursuant to Board of Governors’ regulations 4.002, State University System Chief Audit Executives, and 4.003, State University System Compliance and Ethics Program, the Offices of the Chief Audit Executive and Chief Compliance Officer (Offices) are established to oversee audit, financial and fraud related compliance, the control environment, and investigative matters as well as compliance efforts across the university, including compliance in Research, Environmental Health and Safety, Information Security, Title IX, Clery Act Reporting, Florida Public Records law, and other federal and state requirements. The Offices provide an independent, objective and well qualified audit, consulting, and compliance functions for the university and report functionally to the Audit and Compliance Committee of the Board of Trustees and administratively to the President.
The Offices use a risk based annual Audit Plan to allocate its resources. The Audit Plan, as approved by the Audit and Compliance Committee, allocates time for management assists to support the achievement of the university’s strategic plan and continuous process improvement. The core values of the Offices are honesty, transparency, and unwavering integrity. While the Offices are service oriented, objectivity and independence must be maintained at all times. The charter and operation of the Office of the Chief Audit Executive are consistent with Internal Audit Standards as established by the Institute of Internal Auditor’s International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Code of Professional Ethics.
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For more information about the provisions of the Whistleblower’s Act, please view the:
- Whistleblower’s Hotline Brochure.
- Whistleblower’s Act (F.S. 112.3187-112.31895)
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