Welcome to the Audit Division

Our MyASQ Community is dedicated to advancing quality audit knowledge:
  • addressing new hot topics
  • providing discussion forums
  • supporting auditor training and competency
  • building networks
We will be sharing new webinars, conferences, and audit discussion here.  Please start a discussion if you have a question or just want to talk quality auditing.

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Happy Auditing!!

Audit Division Leadership
Position Name
Chair Susanne Burke
Chair-Elect George Kiakis
Secretary Susan Gorveatte
Immediate Past Chair/Nominating Chair Billi Jo (BJ) Johnson
Technical Standards Chair John Mascaro
Webinar Chair Angelo Scangas
Publicity Chair Andrew Davison
Social Media Chair Kristen Wagner
Newsletter Editor Olamide (Ola) Okikiolu
Technical Program Chair for WCQI Bill Hackett
Social Responsibility Chair Dennis Welch
Arrangements Chair Dennis Welch
Treasurer Billi Jo (BJ) Johnson
Education and Training Chair Murray Gonzalez
Recertification Chair Jessica Leung
Internet Liaison Byron Mattingly
Voice of Customer Chair Santosh Mishra



Check out the latest edition of the Audit Report, now available! The newsletter can be found in Files - Newsletters or at this link - https://my.asq.org/communities/files/173/11258 This newsletter features many great articles including a recap of the Audit Division Conference held in the beginning of October. more
Posted by Kristen Wagner on Audit Division Nov 14, 2022 12:31 PM CST
Join the Audit Division for our October Webinar - Jim Leonard Process and Value Stream Mapping Basics on October 25th at 11am CST. About the Webinar Dr. W. Edwards Deming defined a system as “a series of functions or activities (sub-processes, stages – hereafter components) that work together for the aim of the organization.” He added that the flow ... more
Posted by Kristen Wagner on Audit Division Oct 17, 2022 1:53 PM CDT
The 2022 Audit Division Conference may have ended, but the lessons learned, the AHA! moments, and the new connections will live on. The Audit Division appreciates everyone who attended, engaged in meaningful conversation, and was able to be a part of our first conference back in person after two years. Thank you to our amazing sponsors, keynotes, ... more
Posted by Kristen Wagner on Audit Division Oct 7, 2022 1:40 PM CDT

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Recent Discussions

Susan Gorveatte
Check this out! I am so excited to be speaking at the Audit Special Interest Group webinar next week. This virtual ...
Susan Gorveatte Oct '21
Brian Frye
Our organization is looking for Quality Management Software with Internal and External Auditing ...
Brian Frye Jan '21
Richard Tanner
When auditing supplier eval and the supplier is either single source or affected by supply chain - how do you asses ...
Richard Tanner Oct '22

@Richard Tanner great question Richard. Thanks for posting. For single source suppliers I would expect to see ...

@Richard Tanner I agree with Susan, excellent question. When I audit suppliers for on-time delivery issues, I ...

Susan Gorveatte
Hi there, I am looking to see if anyone has any experience with Walmart compliance audits who wouldn't mind an ...
Susan Gorveatte Sep '21
Kim K Burson
I am trying to determine if audits are required for non-GMP clinical sites in the USA that will perform ...
Kim K Burson Apr '20
Susan Gorveatte
With members and customers in over 130 countries, ASQ brings together the people, ideas and tools that make our ...
Susan Gorveatte Sep '22

@Susan Gorveatte Preconference tutorials are also available!

Erik Aidukas
Has anyone completed a good IVDR lead auditor training course? I'm comparing these from BSI and Oriel but am open to ...
Jeremiah Genest
A big thank you to the Audit Division leadership team and conference committee for the great 2019 conference in ...
Jeremiah Genest Oct '19
Luigi Sille
The Know-it-All Manager/ employee is a person who acts like he or she knows everything, and at the same time ...
Luigi Sille Aug '22

@Luigi Sille this is a great topic and look forward to reading responses. I know this is always one of the toughest ...

Santosh Mishra
Hello Dear Auditors, The figures from ISO.org indicate that the # of certifications are declining for the last ...
Santosh Mishra Aug '21

As auditors we should be adding value to the business, if not then we should look into accounting. I think ISO ...

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Community Information
What is the Audit Division?
ASQ’s Audit Division is a team of professionals interested
in learning more about and advancing auditing as a profession.
Being a member connects you with a peer network of more
than 7,000 individuals from around the world. The Audit
Division provides a venue where people can network with
people who do similar work and have a common interest
in performance excellence.

What is the Membership?
Through membership in the Audit Division, members can
share and learn from individuals at leading worldwide
organizations that are transforming and improving auditing.
The membership is comprised of people from all levels
of an organization, CEOs, Presidents, Senior and Middle
Management, as well as personnel who perform audits and
assessments of their organizations.