The U.S. Government is a prolific publisher of information. For internal audit resources, the Government provides access to standards for internal controls, financial audits and other types of government audits, as well as best practices.
Provides free online access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government such as the Code of Federal Regulations, Congressional Record, Federal Register, Congressional Hearings, Public and Private Laws, United States Code, United States Courts Opinions, Economic Indicators, etc.. Find articles on regulations, audits, and best practices.
GAO is the supreme audit institution for the United States. Federal and state auditors look to GAO to provide standards for internal controls, financial audits, and other types of government audits. GAO is also a member of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) and takes many leadership roles in INTOSAI initiatives to promote knowledge transfer and improve government auditing worldwide.
A public database allows you to research a public company’s financial information and operations by reviewing the filings the company makes with the SEC. You can also find information provided by mutual funds (including money market funds), exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and variable annuities.