Thru the years I have used several versions of internal auditing/inspecting reports for GMP. In the IFSQN implementation package for SQF they give an example of an audit checklist (QMR031) and a sample factory GMP audit that has a scoring system. We are a relatively small co-packing operations that only handles shelf stable food products that arrive already in primary packaging. We occupy a 20,000 sqft. facility. We complete a detailed internal audit in about an hour. In the past, I have had both BRC and large customer auditors recommend against scoring audits suggesting that that they permit manipulation to achieve a "passing grade". The preferred method, at least in my experience is utilizing a checklist of all the GMP stuff to evaluate and focus more on deviations, corrective actions and the follow-ups. Curious to here some other internal auditor's thoughts.