Hello - new to this forum. I have a question regarding internal audit findings and correcting those findings. Is the auditor who identified the audit finding allowed to perform any of the actions to correct the finding? I am the internal auditor at my company and my boss has me perform the corrections to many of the audit findings, which includes rewriting procedures. I'm nervous that this will muddy the waters of remaining unbiased and separate from the department that I'm auditing. Although I'm more than happy to assist the department/individuals involved in correcting these findings, I don't feel right having the internal auditor who published the report as the person in charge of the action item to correct the finding. Would I get in trouble if an outside firm were to audit my company and see that I performed actions to correct the findings, or is it OK to do this? Thank you for any insight you may have.