Nonprofit leaders across the nation are lamenting the inability to fill open positions in their organizations. Organizations need to be known as a great place to work.
The internal audit (IA) function is vital to the health of any nonprofit, regardless of mission or scope. The audit committee and its individual members are crucial partners in safeguarding the integrity, purpose and, ultimately, the success of organizations. They often face challenges navigating a strained regulatory environment, all while trying to do more with less. Here’s a list of the top 10 challenges keeping internal auditors up at night, and possible remedies to help continue the critical work.
On the anniversary of the September 11 attack on the United States, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit sitting in San Francisco reversed a lower court decision that had entered a permanent injunction against the State of California forcing two 501(c)(3) nonprofits to reveal their list of donors to the Attorney General of the State of California.
For as much as nonprofit leaders have a healthy respect for risk and a desire to implement leading-edge enterprise risk management (ERM) programs, many still struggle with translating the theory they find in literature into a practical and effective program. There is no single, correct way to implement ERM, which leaves managers to their own devices in interpreting ERM concepts as they attempt to adopt risk management protocols.
The whereabouts of a charity executive in Australia are either being kept secret or are actually unknown. She is a whistleblower in a potential fraud by a previous executive.
At least seven national health and environmental organizations have resigned from the Association of National Advertisers’ (ANA) Data & Marketing Association Nonprofit Federation (DMANF) in protest of a court filing in support of a lead paint case in California.