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Question : 37. The two primary steps in preparing the control matrix

37. The two primary steps in preparing the control matrix include:

A. specifying control goals, identifying recommended control plans

B. specifying control plans, specifying input goals

C. specifying the control environment, identifying information process goals

D. specifying control procedures, identifying process goals

38. The purpose of ____ control goals is to ensure the successful accomplishment of the goals set forth for the operations process under consideration.

A. efficiency

B. effectiveness

C. security

D. input

39. The purpose of ____ control goals is to ensure that all resources used throughout the business process are being employed in the most productive manner.

A. efficiency

B. effectiveness

C. security

D. input

40. The purpose of ____ control goals is to ensure that entity resources are protected from loss, destruction, disclosure, copying, sale, or other misuse.

A. efficiency

B. effectiveness

C. security

D. input

41. Entity resources that are always considered in efficiency assessments for an AIS are:

A. cash and equipment

B. inventory and cash

C. people and computers

D. fixed assets and inventory

42. The purpose of input control goals is to ensure:

A. input validity, input completeness, and input accuracy

B. update completeness and update accuracy

C. input accuracy

D. none of the above

43. In a control matrix the coding P-1 means:

A. process 1

B. process 1 is present

C. process 1 is missing

D. none of the above

44. In a control matrix, the coding M-1 means:

A. a major control plan

B. a missing control plan

C. process 1 is missing

D. none of the above

45. The most error-prone and inefficient steps in an operations or information process is:

A. report generation

B. master data update

C. data entry

D. none of the above

46. The columns in a control matrix contain headings listing the business process:

A. control goals

B. control plans

C. control environment

D. control procedures

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