You are here


Financial Control and Internal Audit

Financial Control and Internal Auditing are basic tools to guarantee effective maintenance of university's resources, data, plan and policies in order to achieve its strategic goals.

History of the Department

The Department of Financial Control and Internal Audit at An-Najah was established in 1991, based on the board of trustees’ decision. The Department is run a director appointed by the president after the board of trustees’ approval and who reports to the university president.

Terminology

The University: An-Najah National University.

Head of the Board: Head of the Board of Trustees.

The President: An-Najah President.

The Department: The Department of Financial Control & Internal Audit.

The department aims at achieving excellence in the field of financial control and internal audit at An-Najah to match the international standards and the university's strategic objectives.

The department aims at accomplishing all the duties assigned by the university's administration in a professional manner. It also aims at achieving the university's strategic objectives by providing feedback as part of the administration's censorship.

The department aims at ensuring the accomplishing of the university's strategic objectives by developing censorship regulations and providing the university's administration with feedback to evaluate achievements and eventually achieve justice, accuracy and transparency.

Financial Control and Internal Auditing are basic tools to guarantee effective maintenance of university's resources, data, plan and policies in order to achieve its strategic goals.

The department is applying a precautionary procedure (positive monitoring) by providing a group of recommendations and policies to stakeholders for the purpose of avoiding errors instead of fishing for them. The department has established a database which contains all related information, documents, observations, interviews, analyses.


© 2017 An-Najah National University