Audit Results

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TransAM uses its audit system to organize and notify agencies of audit requests. For example, all assets need to have Service Status, Condition, and Mileage (where appropriate) properties updated annually which is an audit known as the Annual Inventory Update. When TransAM runs the audit, it checks that each asset has had its Service Status, Condition, and Mileage (where appropriate) updated within a given date range.

There are two methods for viewing audit results:

You can satisfy audit requirements on an asset-by-asset basis or by updating asset information through a spreadsheet. Satisfy an audit request on a single asset using the following work flow:

  1. From the Main Menu, select Policies -> Annual Inventory Update Results.
  2. Navigate to an asset that failed the audit by clicking on the Asset Tag link.
  3. From the detail view, select the Audit Results tab to see the required work in the Notes column.
  4. Perform the necessary updates using the Actions Menu and the corresponding update forms.
  5. In the Audit Results tab, observe the Notes will update as you complete the audit work. Once no tasks remain, the audit status will change from failed to passed.

Note: You may have to wait 10-15 seconds and refresh the page to see the updates.

Alternatively, you can satisfy audit requirements in bulk through a spreadsheet:

  1. From the Main Menu, select Policy -> Annual Inventory Update Results.
  2. Select the assets you would like to update using the checkboxes on the leftmost column. Note: Hide the pagination to view all assets to use the 'select all' checkbox.
  3. Click the Inventory Updates button.
  4. Perform the Bulk Inventory Updates workflow on the sub-selection of assets in the template.
  5. In either the User Dashboard or Audit Results interface, confirm that the updates are reflected in the audit results and notes.