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Clearly, more guidance will be forthcoming as the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) moves forward with its plans to issue new standards governing the auditor's responsibility to attest to management's report on the effectiveness of internal controls.
Some attest to Gager's strong belief that classical learning is empty without a pious faith in Christ (e.
THE TREND TOWARD increasing the role of CPAs to attest to managements' representations other than in financial statements may continue.
Furthermore, ASARS can absolutely attest to the fact that no waste, fraud, abuse, or mismanagement of US funds or resources occurred during ASARS's contract administration.
Further, the act requires a public company's outside auditors to attest to management's assessment of those internal controls.
The SEC also requested comment on whether it would be desirable to require independent auditors to attest to these assertions, but it did not put the attest requirement in its draft rule.