ComputationalAuditing.com provides the following services:

  1.  Design and development of client-specific and industry-specific control
  
     mechanisms for revenue completeness.

  2.  Development of educational materials for academics and practitioners,
 
      including setting up train-the-trainer and roll-out programs.

  3.  Setting up and partnering in advanced auditing R&D projects, with academics
 
      and industrial partners and/or government partners, especially tax agencies.

       ComputationalAuditing.com partners with academics in auditing, computing science
 
      and state transition system mathematics. For more information please consult the
 
      following references to publications, magazine interviews and conference
  
     contributions.
Next-level Assurance of the Completeness Assertion, Dutch Research School for Information and Knowledge Systems (SIKS),
Smart Auditing PhD course, Tilburg, The Netherlands, February 2015
Next-level Assurance of the Completeness Assertion, 9th International Workshop on Value Modeling and Business Ontology,
Tilburg, The Netherlands, February 2015
Smart Auditing workshop and Smart Auditing panel session, American Accounting Association (AAA) 2014 Annual Meeting
"Global Engagement & Perspectives", Atlanta, Georgia, USA, August 2014, sponsored by the AAA Strategic and Emerging
Technologies Section and CaseWare IDEA Inc.
Continuous Auditing to operationalize Limperg's norm-driven auditing Limperg Symposium on Statistical Auditing: "Hans
Blokdijk: Promotor of Statistical Auditing", Limperg Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 2013 (invited speaker)
Design and Implementation of Data Set Types for Model-Based Auditing and Unifying Integrated Audit Approaches using
Units of Measurement, 7th International Workshop on Value Modeling and Business Ontology, Delft, Netherlands, Feb. 2013
Business case for the integrated owner-ordered & management-ordered audit approach 26th World Continuous Auditing &
Reporting Symposium, Rutgers Business School, Newark, New Jersey, USA, January 2013
Contributions to set up Smart Auditing course Technical University of Delft and University of Amsterdam, 2012-2014
Model-based auditing using REA International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, Volume 13, Issue 3, pages
287-310, September 2012
Top Cycle Mining Dutch Research School for Information and Knowledge Systems (SIKS) SIKS Masterclass on Smart Auditing,
Vught, The Netherlands, March 2012
Gouden kans Nederlandse auditaanpak: waar zitten sweet spots? Dutch audit reform movement TUACC, Busy Season Break
Event, Leusden, The Netherlands, February 2012
Internationalisation of the Owner-Ordered Audit Approach (Gouden kans Nederlandse auditaanpak) Magazine of the Dutch
Association of Chartered Accountants, NBA/NIVRA, pp. 16-17, January/February 2012, with a cover commendation
Modeling the Assertion Based Audit Approach into REA using the Value Cycle Model and Environmental Management
Accounting and the REA business ontology – how to green REA, 6th International Workshop on Value Modeling and Business
Ontology, Vienna, Austria, February 2012
Top Cycle Mining 23rd World Continuous Auditing and Reporting Symposium, Rutgers Business School, Newark, New Jersey,
USA, November 2011
Model-based Auditing using REA 7th Biennial Symposium of the University of Waterloo Centre for Information Integrity and
Information Systems Assurance (UWCISA), Toronto, Canada, October 2011
A contribution to Statistical Auditing, NBA/NIVRA accountant.nl, September 2011
Revamping the Audit Approach using Accounting Equations: Processing XBRL-tagged Data in an XBRL-tagged Top-cycle 5th
Annual International Conference on XBRL, University of Kansas (KU), Lawrence, Kansas, USA, April 2011, with further attention
in the KU affiliated
Ernst & Young Center for Auditing Research and Advanced Technology
Building a domain-specific language to capture concepts and methods of the owner-ordered audit tradition 21th World
Continuous Auditing and Reporting Symposium, Rutgers Business School, Newark, New Jersey, USA, November 2010 (invited)
Smart Auditing: an auditor (historical) perspective & new risk control mechanisms Dutch Research School for Information and
Knowledge Systems (SIKS) Smart Auditing PhD course Vught, The Netherlands, October 2010 (invited speaker)
'Sharing Knowledge'-project is pre-eminent cristallization point invited annotation on "Auditors and the impact of radical
transparancy", Magazine of the Dutch Association of Chartered Accountants, Royal NIVRA, p.10, April 2010
Next Generation Auditing: Data-Assurance as a Service first announcement of the Jacquard project (2010-2014) by the Dutch
national center of Mathematics and Computing Science (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, CWI), PricewaterhouseCoopers,
the Dutch Tax Office and ComputationalAuditing.com, with further announcements in the Magazine of the Dutch Association
of Chartered Accountants, Royal NIVRA,
May 2010, p. 8 and July/August 2010, pp. 54-56
Risicobeheersing en technologie (Risk control and technology) starting at slide 50 of a shared contribution with the Dutch
Auditor General (Court of Audit, 'Algemene Rekenkamer'), contributing to a parallel session of the Royal NIVRA Dutch
Auditing Day 2009, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 2009 (invited speaker)
Automatic aggregation in auditing: with an application to systemic risk anticipation 19th World Continuous Auditing and
Reporting Symposium, Rutgers Business School, Newark, New Jersey, USA, November 2009 (invited speaker)
Preparing for an audit mandate to contribute to systemic risk anticipation Royal NIVRA, accountant.nl, June-September 2009
(invited contribution)
Technical solution for signaling systemic risk already exists (Technische oplossing voor signaleren systeemrisico bestaat al)
Magazine of the Dutch Association of Chartered Accountants, Royal NIVRA, pp. 50-51, October 2009, with a
commendation on
the cover (unprecedented for an opinion article)
Automating the signaling of weak spots in the accounting organization Limperg Symposium on Statistical Auditing: "Practical
Concepts", Limperg Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2009 (invited speaker)
On positioning XBRL assurance business rules in a computational infrastructure for modern auditing Annual International
Conference on XBRL, University of Kansas (KU), Lawrence, Kansas, USA, April 2009  (invited speaker), with further attention in
the KU affiliated Ernst & Young Center for Auditing Research and Advanced Technology
E&Y CARAT 2009 newsletter
Audit software: from bench warmer till star player (Audit software: van bankzitter tot sterspeler) Magazine of the Dutch
Association of Chartered Accountants, Royal NIVRA, pp. 12-18, March 2009 (invited contribution; English version on request)
Hebben toezichthouders onmacht deels zelf veroorzaakt? Royal NIVRA, February 2009 (uninvited, in Dutch)
Who gives the auditors a skype wake-up call? (Wie skypt de accountants wakker?) Magazine of the Dutch Association of
Chartered Accountants, Royal NIVRA, pp. 30-32, December 2008 (invited contribution)
Enterprise-level process documentation incorporating automatic audit analytics Biennial Deloitte / University of Kansas (KU)
Auditing Symposium, Lawrence, Kansas, USA, May 2008  (invited keynote), with special attention in the Ernst & Young Center
for Auditing Research and Advanced Technology
E&Y CARAT 2008 newsletter
X-raying segregation of duties International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, Vol. 9, pp. 82-93, June 2008
(awarded publication)
Discussion of "X-raying segregation of duties" International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, Vol. 9, pp. 94-96,
June 2008
Discussion of "X-raying segregation of duties" International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, Vol. 9, pp. 97-98,
June 2008
Response to discussions of "X-raying segregation of duties" International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, Vol. 9,
pp. 99-103, June 2008
X-raying segregation of duties Biennial Symposium of the University of Waterloo Centre for Information Systems Assurance
(UWCISA): "Information Integrity and Business Systems", Toronto, Canada, October 2007, with inclusion in the
UWCISA
annual report (contribution awarded with publication in the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems)
An automatic pilot for auditors (Software begrijpt straks wat er omgaat in het hoofd van een accountant) interview in the
yearbook 2006-2007 of the Dutch Association of Chartered Accountants, Royal NIVRA, "Trends in Accountancy: Innovation",
pp. 65-68, 2007 (invited contribution)
Evaluation report regarding a pilot study of Computational Auditing's segregation of duties tool memo of Ernst & Young,
Directorate Audit Technique, Dutch member firm, 2006 (in Dutch, 7 pages)
Never make another blunder (Nooit meer blunderen) Magazine of the Dutch Association of Chartered Accountants, Royal
NIVRA, pp. 24-26, February 2006
Anti-fraud software: working perspective (Anti-fraudesoftware: werkend perspectief) annotation on "Never make another
blunder", Magazine of the Dutch Association of Chartered Accountants, Royal NIVRA, pp. 49-50, March 2006 (English on
request)
The time is ripe (De tijd is rijp) Magazine of the Dutch Association of Chartered Accountants, Royal NIVRA, pp. 24-27, March
2004 (English version on request)
Optimalisering controlebeslissingen (Optimizing audit decision making) report  using Computational Auditing as frame of
reference in comparing IT support in Big 4 audit firms' planning and decision-support models and systems (E&Y, PwC, KPMG,
Deloitte), to investigate how to improve audit productivity, Dutch Tax Office, Center for Process and Product Development,
2001-2003 (in Dutch, 57 pages, considers Smart Audit Support "leader of the pack")
Analyzing enterprises: the value cycle approach Database and Expert Systems Applications 2000, London, United Kingdom,
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 1873, pp. 685-697, Springer, 2000
Computing conspiracies Database and Expert Systems Applications 1998, Vienna, Austria, Lecture Notes in Computer Science,
pp. 256-266, Springer, 1998
Computational Auditing PhD dissertation, Free University, Amsterdam, in courtesy of Deloitte & Touche, and was directly after
appearance awarded the
Alfred Coini auditing prize, with a personal approval letter by A.B. Frielink, 1996
Knowledge-based audit support Database and Expert Systems Applications 1992, Valencia, Spain, Lecture Notes in Computer
Science, pp. 512-518, Springer, 1992
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