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Our IT Audit consultants help our clients improve business value through optimizing efficiencies and effectiveness of their IT capabilities. This high performing group plays a critical role in multi-disciplinary business strategy teams. We enable our clients to understand, plan for, and realize strategic business opportunities presented by information technology through a collection of capabilities such as IT organization, IT cost and value, and IT governance.
Minimum Education/ Certification
- Bachelor's degree in a technical discipline from an accredited college or university with an active Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).
- Must have at least a Top Secret Clearance.
- Shall possess a minimum of three years' experience auditing information systems or providing IT audit steadiness, with at least two years DoD experience.
- Federal or commercial IT controls guidance
- Demonstrates knowledge of the GAO FISCAM, including an understanding of all the related control areas
- Demonstrates knowledge of OMB A-123/SOX internal control program and testing
- Demonstrates knowledge of RMF/NIST 800-53, including how these controls relate to financial statement audit
- Demonstrates knowledge of SSAE 18/SOC 1 Reports, including how the reports are used by customers
- Demonstrates auditing, consulting, and presentation skills, including developing test plans, presentations for non-technical clients, and technical analysis templates
- This position requires successful completion of a background check and employment verification.
- The successful candidate must not be subject to employment restrictions from a former employer (such as a non-compete) that would prevent the candidate from performing the job responsibilities as described.