An audit coordinator is responsible for the management and maintenance of the audit process. They may also contribute to the individual audit of cases. An audit coordinator creates an audit plan which includes the purpose of the audit, the main focus areas, and the schedule. The audit coordinator also produces a list of cases to be audited, assigns the cases for audit and provides summary findings for the audit plan as a whole. Audit coordinators can view case information for the cases being audited within an audit plan that they have created as well as for any case audits that they may have been assigned to audit individually. Each audit coordinator is only able to create an audit plan for the types of cases that fall within their business function. For example, an audit coordinator may be able to create an audit plan to audit case types that fall within the Child Welfare program area but not the Income Support program area.