Compliance & Audit
Don't let your capital construction project audit be a problem. These resources can help you streamline and simplify the audit process.
5 Warning Signs Your Capital Program May Be at Risk
Hundreds of capital program leaders—from chief engineers to vice presidents—have told us about capital improvement programs with problems. They cited the following five indicators.
The Difference between Construction Accounting and Financial Accounting (Part I)
Occasionally we run into people that try to manage ongoing construction projects with only the data they get from their corporate financial system. This is a rookie mistake. Here’s one reason why:
Top 3 Secrets to Stress Free Audit for Capital Projects
Watch industry experts share the top 3 secrets of a stress-free audit from top owners managing their ongoing capital construction projects. Learn how you can increase efficiency by implementing a proj
TOP 3 SECRETS of a Stress-Free Audit for Capital Projects
This whitepaper shares the Top 3 secrets for a stress-free audit compiled from industry leading owners managing ongoing capital construction projects and summarizes strategies to reduce audit stress.
Construction Accounting Methods: The Difference between Construction Accounting and Financial Accounting (Part 2)
Here are two more reasons why financial accounting systems can’t moonlight as construction accounting methods.
The Problem with Auditors
Auditors – what’s their problem? Always requesting tons of information to validate processes, controls, risks, compliance – and that’s just on the capital construction side.
Surviving an Internal Audit: For Facility Managers and Construction Managers
For Facility and Construction Managers audits are a part of the job. Grab this report to learn how capital program owners avoid bad results and survive their internal audits.
Funding Sources: Managing Multiple Funding Sources on Public Projects
Owners must stay organized and remain in compliance with funding source requirements or risk difficult audits, penalties, or, worse, even loss of funding. Read this whitepaper to learn more.