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Peer review team members who maintain certifications under the Institute of Internal Auditors may receive up to 10 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits when performing an ALGA Peer Review. For guidance on specific certification limits, see Administrative Directive Number 4 Continuing Professional Education and Continuing Professional Development Requirements for all Certification and Qualification Programs issued by the IIA Global Certifications Department - August 2015.
Please note: the GAO does not accept peer review participation for CPE under Government Auditing Standards.
The audit organization is solely responsible for meeting these requirements. Exceptions to the policy may be granted on a case-by-case basis with the approval of the Chair of the Peer Review Committee and its Liaison to the ALGA Board of Directors. The peer review program is not available to federal or state agencies, or public accounting firms.
Once you are familiar with the program, you should complete the Peer Review Request form available on this website. The Peer Review Coordinator assigned to your State will contact you and begin planning your peer review. Your Coordinator can answer any questions you might have about the process. You should contact your Coordinator six (6) months in advance of the date when you would like your review.