limited audit


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n limited audit an audit of limited scope (limited in time span or confined to particular accounts etc.)
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In literature:

The limit of audition is variously estimated.
"The inventions, researches and writings of Nikola Tesla" by Thomas Commerford Martin

In news:

The Obama administration used appropriate scientific studies and analysis when it proposed to toughen the limits on coal dust to fight a resurgence of deadly black lung disease, a federal government audit made public Friday concluded.
The audit also found credit card misuse , such as splitting a charge to get around the credit card's limit.
"(It) is only for a limited purpose for (the auditor ) to be able to do his audit , it's not a breach in terms of exposing solicitor-client privilege to the world," Louis Zivot said outside court.
Some Internal Revenue Services managers appear to be circumventing the dollar limit on credit card micro-purchasing by splitting the transactions into two or more parts, according to a new federal audit.
Extending the statute of limitation in an IRS audit.
They are all auditioning for the biggest role in Georgia politics: the person who will succeed Gov Sonny Perdue when he steps down because of term limits.

In science:

Often, (5) is handled by working with “shared accounts” (which, however, introduce many security, audit, accounting and other problems) or by providing a limited implementation of dynamic accounts [6,13,14].
Fine-Grained Authorization for Job Execution in the Grid: Design and Implementation