Chief Auditing Executive
CAE The most senior internal auditing post in an organization. There are several other titles typically associated with this executive post, such as Chief Internal Auditor, Director of Audit, General Auditor, Head of Audit, Inspector General, and Principal Auditor. In all cases, CAE or its equivalent term designates the individual responsible for managing an organization’s *internal audit function. "When internal audit services are obtained from outside providers, the CAE is the person responsible for overseeing the service contract" (Anderson, 2003, 127).

Auditor's dictionary. 2014.

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