Authorization and Accountability
The committee is called the National Audit Committee and is a standing committee created by the Board of Directors of the National Association of Social Workers, Inc (NASW). The committee is responsible for oversight of the financial activities of the NASW General Fund and all related entities including the chapters of the NASW.
The principal responsibilities are to assure that appropriate accounting policies and internal controls are established and followed by all entities or related parties within the association in accordance with accounting policies and regulatory requirements.
Members, Terms and Criteria
The audit committee will be appointed by the President of the Board of Directors. It will be composed of up to five members, the Treasurer and no less than one additional member of the board. The President of the Board of Directors will appoint the committee chairperson who will serve for a period of two years. Other appointed members will serve one or two years. The chairperson must have a financial or business background and knowledge of accounting and auditing practices. Members of the committee shall be selected based on their experience and expertise in finance, accounting, auditing and related areas.
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