Gaming Auditorium

Gaming Auditorium
The newsletter of the Gaming Audit Group of the *Institute of Internal Auditors. Published quarterly, the newsletter is available online. Its Web page describes its coverage of internal auditing and related issues in the context of "casinos, lotteries, racetracks, other gaming enterprises, and government regulatory commissions or agencies." Web link:

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