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What type of access do auditors have?

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Internal audit is authorized to have full, free and unrestricted access to information including records, computer files, property and personnel of the University and is free to review and evaluate all policies, procedures, and practices for any University activity, program, or function in accordance with the authority granted by the UC Regents. Except as limited by law, the work of internal audit is unrestricted.