In the July 27, 2012Atlanta Business Chronicle, Mulcahy discusses the city of Dunwoody's success using strategic outsourcing and public-private collaboration.
In the February 2012 Institute of Internal Auditor Special Section of the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Bill Mulcahy and MARC are prominently mentioned, including "IIA reaches out to help community, businesses" page 2B; "Internal auditing losing its stereotypes" page 4B and in the "Who's Who in the Internal Auditor's Atlanta Chapter" page 11B.
In the September 2011 issue of The Internal Inquirer, Bill shares his thoughts on auditing the auditor.
Bill provides his viewpoint in the February 11, 2011, Atlanta Business Chronicle on how to become an exceptional internal audit leader.
In the February 2011 Institute of Internal Auditor Special Section of the Atlanta Business Chronicle, Bill Mulcahy and MARC are prominently mentioned, including in the "Who's Who in the Internal Auditor's Atlanta Chapter."
Bill is the past Chairman of the Institute of Internal Auditors Atlanta Chapter and was the Chairman of the IIA International Conference 2010 that took place in Atlanta. See attached Atlanta Business Chronicle of February 12, 2010, "International Impact, Atlanta's Institute of Internal Auditors chapter hosts global conference." Bill's picture and quotes are on pages 1B, 6B and 8B.
Attached is the Atlanta Business Chronicle about the Institute of Internal Auditors Atlanta Chapter called "From Gotcha! to Help Ya, Internal Auditors welcome a changing role" of February 13, 2009. Bill's profile is featured on page 6C and he's quoted on page 1C.
Bill is a co-author of this article Emory University's Quality Assurance Review: Self Assessment with Independent Validation. Mulcahy Accounting & Risk Consulting performs QARs as one of its lines of business.
May 6-12, 2007 was the first observance of Internal Auditor Awareness Week in Georgia, proclaimed by Gov. Sonny Perdue. Instrumental in gaining this statewide recognition for the contributions of internal auditors was Bill Mulcahy, as is described in this Emory Report article on page 4.