Welcome to The State Internal Audit Advisory Board (Board). Our mission is to promulgate a uniform set of professional standards and a code of ethics (based on the standards and ethics of the Institute of Internal Auditors, the General Accounting Office, and other professional standards as applicable) to which all State internal auditors must adhere. The Board also serves as a clearinghouse for the correlation of internal audit training needs, training designed to meet those needs, and coordinates quality assurance review activities among the State's internal audit units.

The purpose of this Web site is to enhance the support services we provide to our customers. We've provided a number of resources here to help you with auditing solutions, on-line training and education, and to gather suggestions on how to better serve the internal auditing profession of the State of Illinois. 

For any questions regarding the content and resources provided on this site, please contact us at gary.shadid@illinois.gov.


Gary Shadid
State Internal Audit Advisory Board Chair




SIAAB "What's New" Highlights:


SIAAB Fall Government Auditing Conference

Handouts for the October 29-30, 2014, SIAAB Fall Government Auditing Conference are now available at the "2014 Fall Conference" webpage.

Posted: 10/27/14


New Auditor Position Posting

A new auditor position at the Northern Illinois University has been posted on the State Internal Audit Employment Opportunities webpage.

Posted: 10/16/14


The IIA is considering changes to the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF)

The IIA is now accepting public comments about the changes they are proposing to the IPPF.  Public comments are due by November 3, 2014.  You are strongly recommended to follow the tile on the Springfield IIA Chapter's website https://na.theiia.org/standards-guidance/Pages/IPPF-Exposure-Draft-for-Proposed-Modifications.aspx and review the changes in detail and provide your feedback.  As a member of the IIA and of the internal audit profession your input and perspective are very important and necessary.  Our profession is only as good as we make it, so please help us make it all it can be.

Posted: 10/15/14