An upcoming audit can naturally bring up many questions such as: Why was my group selected? How should I prepare for an audit? How do audits work? Our new Audit Division website strives to answer these questions and take the myth out of who we are, what we do and what we don’t do.
Pursuing an opportunity highlighted in our external 2016 Quality Assessment Review, we redesigned our website to serve as a key resource for communication and information sharing with the MIT community. We started with a discovery phase to help us determine the best design layout and focus for the website’s featured sections. A second phase of the project addressed web page content, starting with an editorial guide to ensure clarity and consistency. We hope you’ll find the information on the site to be useful—and that you’ll get to know our team a little better along the way.
To the members of the MIT community both on campus and at Lincoln Laboratory who participated in focus groups during various stages of the project, thank you for sharing your thoughts. You told us what information you need. We listened and worked closely with our designer and writing teams, who skillfully translated ideas into layouts and words. We want to further express our thanks to Minerva Tirado, VPF Strategic Sourcing Analyst, who guided us through the vendor selection process and provided valuable input throughout the project.
The project was managed by Kim Ahern, Manager of Audit Quality, and Brigitte Tersek, Senior Administrative Assistant.
We hope you’ll stop by to visit our new site and share your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.