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Corp Author American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Title SOC for supply chain : reporting on an examination of controls relevant to security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, or privacy in a production, manufacturing, or distribution system guide / AICPA.
Imprint [Hoboken] : Wiley, [2020]

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Corp Author American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Series AICPA guide
Subject Manufacturing industries -- Auditing -- Standards -- United States.
Manufacturing industries -- Accounting -- Standards -- United States.
Business logistics -- United States.
Business.
Electronic books.
Alt Name American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Description 1 online resource
Summary Internal and external forces such as globalization, global interconnectivity, automation, and other technological advancements are making today's supply chains highly sophisticated and complex. For organizations that produce, manufacture or distribute products, there's often a high level of interdependence and connectivity with their suppliers and their customers and business partners. Although the interconnectedness of these organizations can be beneficial (increased revenues, expanded market opportunities, and cost reduction), the ability of organizations to meet their goals is often increasingly dependent on events, processes, and controls that are not visible and are often beyond their control ' such as a supplier's controls. That's why the demand for transparency in supply chains is now higher than ever before, and why this is the perfect time for you to help organizations assess their supply chain risks, evaluate the system controls within their manufacturing, production, or distribution systems, and communicate their supply chain management efforts to those with whom they do business. Accountants and financial managers can also increase the credibility of the supply chain information communicated by the organization by providing an opinion on the organization's supply chain efforts. This guide enables the accountant and financial manager to examine and report on the description of a system for manufacturing, producing and distributing goods as well as on the controls within that system using a dynamic, proactive, and agile approach. It will show how to conduct this examination in accordance with the attestation standards. The guide may also be helpful when providing readiness assessments to clients, who are not quite ready for an examination level service and need help to get there. The guide also includes excerpts from the two distinct, but complementary sets of criteria developed by the AICPA to assist practitioners with SOC for Supply Chain engagements: the description criteria and the 2017 trust services criteria. '
Contents Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Preface -- Table of Contents -- Chapter 1 Introduction and Background -- Introduction -- Intended Users of a SOC for Supply Chain Report -- Overview of a SOC for Supply Chain Examination -- Contents of the SOC for Supply Chain Report -- Defining the System to Be Examined -- The Entity's System Objectives and Principal System Objectives -- Selecting the Trust Services Category or Categories to Be Addressed by the Examination -- Determining the Time Frame for the Examination -- Other Engagement Considerations
Considerations for Entities That Distribute Products -- Considerations for Entities That Bundle Services With Their Products -- Considerations for a Design-Only Examination -- Matters Not Addressed by a SOC for Supply Chain Examination -- Criteria for a SOC for Supply Chain Examination -- Description Criteria -- Trust Services Criteria -- Evaluating the Entity's Principal System Objectives -- The Practitioner's Opinion in a SOC for Supply Chain Examination -- Other Types of SOC Examinations: SOC Suite of Services -- Professional Standards -- Attestation Standards -- Code of Professional Conduct
Quality in the SOC for Supply Chain Examination -- Definitions -- Chapter 2 Accepting and Planning a SOC for Supply Chain Examination -- Introduction -- Understanding Entity Management's Responsibilities -- Entity Management's Responsibilities Prior to Engaging the Practitioner -- Entity Management's Responsibilities During the Examination -- Entity Management's Responsibilities During Engagement Completion -- Responsibilities of the Practitioner -- Engagement Acceptance and Continuance -- Independence -- Competence of Engagement Team Members -- Preconditions of the Engagement
Determining the Appropriateness of the Subject Matter -- Identifying the Components of the System to be Examined -- Determining the Boundaries of the System Being Examined -- Determining Whether Entity Management Is Likely to Have a Reasonable Basis for Its Assertion -- Assessing the Suitability and Availability of Criteria -- Determining Whether the Entity's Principal System Objectives Are Reasonable in the Circumstances -- Requesting a Written Assertion and Representations From Entity Management -- Agreeing on the Terms of the Engagement -- Accepting a Change in the Terms of the Examination
Establishing an Overall Examination Strategy for and Planning the Examination -- Performing Risk Assessment Procedures -- Obtaining an Understanding of the Description of the Entity's System and Control Effectiveness -- Assessing the Risks of Material Misstatement -- Considering Materiality During Planning -- Considering Entity-Level Controls -- Understanding the Internal Audit Function -- Planning to Use the Work of a Practitioner's Specialist -- Identifying Customer Responsibilities and Complementary Customer Controls -- Identifying Suppliers and Complementary Supplier Controls
ISBN 9781948306966 (electronic bk.)
1948306964 (electronic bk.)
9781119723448 (electronic bk.)
1119723442 (electronic bk.)
1948306956
9781948306959
OCLC # 1155484461
Additional Format Print version: 1948306956 9781948306959 (OCoLC)1146231765



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