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PROJECT TOPIC AND MATERIAL ON THE ROLES OF AUDITORS AND METHOD OF INTERNAL CONTROL IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT (A CASE STUDY OF UDI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN ENUGU STATE)
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1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY:
The new civil services move with designed to make the service more functional professional, productive and responsive to the socio-economic needs of the nation. The federal government has also recently revamped and restructured the local government system to enable it perform its role of promoting, co-ordinating and implementing community services enhancing citizens participation and maximizing the use of local resources. Enormous amount of money of flowing to the local government form the federation account ( ), the of the state internally generated revenue and the revenue of the local government.
The federal government of Nigeria came up with a financial instruction in 1979, instructing all local government to set up internal audit unit in each local government. But the behaviour and attitude of operation of local government system resulted in many local government not setting up internal audit unit or if set up. They were not functional. The federal government in 1988 set in motion a real ware of change. A real frame work of internal auditing in the local government was spelt out in order to make it less difficult for management of the local government as the greatest contributing factor to the poor performances of local government.
1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM:
The local government has three broad sources of revenue, they include: direct from the federation’s account, of internally generated revenue of the state government and revenue generated internally by the local government her self. The internal sources available to the local government area include: rents from market stores, royalties paid by some residents company in a local government contractors registration, sales of car/bus emblems, etc.
Since the local government has a whole lot of possible sources of revenue, the problems therefore include,
a) How can efficient management controls be achieved?
b) What is the role of internal auditing in ensuring this control?
c) How can the internal auditing be made a useful tool management control?
1.3 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY:
a) The researcher intends to find out, the role of auditors and the method of internal control in local government.