Feedback Statement – Exploring the Growing Use of Technology in the Audit, With a Focus on Data Analytics

Prepared by the Staff of the IAASB

Jan 08, 2018 | Guidance & Support Tools

The Data Analytic Working Group (DAWG) issued the Feedback Statement prepared by the DAWG and staff of the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board on exploring the growing use of technology in the audit, with a focus on data analytics. This Feedback Statement provides an overview of the key messages from the responses to the questions in the Request for Input (RFI), Exploring the Growing Use of Technology in the Audit, with a Focus on Data Analytics. RFI. The views expressed offered valuable insights relevant to the ongoing work of the IAASB. The IAASB believes that sharing what we have heard will be useful in stimulating further thinking and exploration of this very important topic. These Responses has also been summarized in the update provided by Bob Dohrer, International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) Member and Chair of the IAASB Data Analytics Working Group found here.


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