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Nature Environmental Protection, 2023, 4(2); doi: 10.38007/NEP.2023.040206.

Departure Audit of Natural Ecological Environment Resource Assets Based on Cloud Computing


Choo Kwang Raymond

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Choo Kwang Raymond

Monash Univ Malaysia, Sch Engn, Discipline Chem Engn, Jalan Lagoon Selatan,Bandar Sunway, Selangor Darul Ehsan 47500, Malaysia


With the promotion of the strategy of ecological civilization, the off-duty audit system of natural ecological environment resources assets has achieved further development. However, under the influence of information technology, the complexity of ecological environment resources in the audit process has been increasing, which has not only hindered the processing and completion of data acquisition, resource asset measurement and other work, but also had a negative impact on the audit quality and efficiency. In order to solve this dilemma and realize the efficient and orderly implementation of audit work, based on the analysis of the definition, content and development status of the audit of natural ecological environment resources assets, this paper carried out an effective research on the optimization of audit work in combination with cloud computing technology. In order to verify the effectiveness of cloud computing technology, this paper took an audit case of an audit office as an empirical analysis object to study its audit efficiency. The analysis results showed that under the specified work cycle, the average completion rate of audit work after the application of cloud computing technology was about 93.57%, while the average completion rate of audit work before the application of cloud computing technology was 74.85%. From the concrete results of the empirical analysis, it is feasible to audit the natural ecological environment resource assets leaving office based on cloud computing. 


Departure Auditing, Cloud Computing, Natural Ecological Environment Resource Assets, Ecological Governance

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Choo Kwang Raymond. Departure Audit of Natural Ecological Environment Resource Assets Based on Cloud Computing. Nature Environmental Protection (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 2: 49-57. https://doi.org/10.38007/NEP.2023.040206.


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