Audit unit gets boost

Government’s Internal Audit Unit has been boosted by the filling of vacancies with five experienced staff members, according to a GIS press release.

Governments Internal Audit Unit

Standing, from left, are new staff members Joseph Solomon, Robert Llamas, Melissa Leslie, David Ross and Donald House. Sitting, from left, are internal auditor Georgena Seymour, director of the Internal Audit Unit Deloris Cobourne, Deputy Financial Secretary Peter Gough, senior internal auditor Ryan Kajkumarsingh and executive officer Kimberley Powell. Missing from the photo is internal auditor Betsy Taylor.
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‘We have experienced a high level of turnover but are now back up to full strength, said Deputy Financial Secretary Peter Gough.

‘We have taken the opportunity to strengthen the skills base by hiring staff that have experience of computer systems audit and value for money audits,’ he said.

Barbadian David M. Ross, a certified internal auditor, joins the unit as an internal audit manager.

Certified internal auditor Donald House, from Mississippi, is one of the unit’s new senior internal auditors.

Robert Llamas, who hails from the Philippines, is also a senior internal auditor.

Joining as a senior information systems auditor is certified information systems auditor Melissa Leslie, from Trinidad and Tobago.

Senior internal auditor Joseph Solomon is also from Trinidad and Tobago.

Unit director Deloris Cobourne has been working for the Cayman Islands Government since 2000.

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