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 LManning@illinoistreasurer.gov.


Leighann Manning, CGAP
State Internal Audit Advisory Board Chair



SIAAB "What's New" Highlights:

GAO Government Auditing Standards

The 2018 GAO Government Auditing Standards "Yellow Book" revision was released July 17, 2018.  For additional information please visit our What's New page.

Posted: 09/12/18


SIAAB 2018 Fall Government Auditing Conference

Registration for the SIAAB 2018 Fall Government Auditing Conference, October 23, 2018, through October 24, 2018, is now open!  For additional information, including conference brochure containing the agendas and registration information, please visit our Fall Conference webpage.
Posted: 09/11/18 

CGAP, CFSA, and CCSA Transition

The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Global Board of Directors has approved two significant changes to its suite of global certifications:

  1. The Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP) and Certified Financial Services Auditor (CFSA) will be repositioned from certification programs to assessment-based certificate programs.
  2. The Certification in Control Self-Assessment (CCSA) will be realized with the Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) program through an extensive global job analysis study which will result in a revised CRMA exam syllabus that covers internal controls and risk management.

For more information, visit the IIA's Global website.
Posted: 08/06/18