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Forging a Path Forward for Internal Audit: A Discussion with Internal Audit Leaders


Like other functions across the Government of Canada, internal audit is transforming the way it does business to stay relevant in an ever-changing environment. Over the past year, with the help of chief audit executives across the public service, the Office of the Comptroller General has been implementing a new vision for internal audit—a value proposition for a function that is agile, multidisciplinary, innovative, and data driven.

Join us to learn more about how this vision is revitalizing and invigorating the internal audit function. Mike Milito, Assistant Comptroller General, Internal Audit, and other experienced audit executives will discuss what they've been doing to transform their day-to-day work.

Don't miss this opportunity to explore current internal audit issues, exchange best practices and lessons learned, and share your ideas on how to demonstrate value as a community!


  • Mike Milito, Assistant Comptroller General, Internal Audit, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
  • Alexandra Dagger, Director General, Office of Audit and Evaluation, National Research Council Canada
  • Natalie M. Lalonde, Director General, Internal Audit and Evaluation Bureau, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
  • Martin Rubenstein, Chief, Audit and Evaluation Executive and Integrity Officer, Transport Canada

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