New York (March 23, 2004) - Administrators are taking on more and bigger roles in how accounting firms are run, according to some members of the profession.

“Administrators in a general sense are becoming more influential in terms of the governance of firms,” said consultant Don Scholl, president of West Chester, Pa.-based D.B. Scholl Inc. and a member of the advisory board of the Dayton, Ohio-based Association for Accounting Administration.

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