Global Auditing Information Network

GAIN A benchmarking service for internal auditors. Established by the *Institute of Internal Auditors in 1993, GAIN offers its participants comparative data for topics like the costs and working practices of *internal audit functions. GAIN has dozens of industry-specific specialty groups, and it also offers networking services. Web link: www.theiia.org/ecm/gain.cfm?doc_id-319

Auditor's dictionary. 2014.

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