New York (Sept. 15, 2003) -- The task force studying the American Institute of CPAs’ governing Council wants members of the decision-making body be elected more democratically, have better access to information on issues they’ll be voting on, and to toe the party line once Council has taken a stand.

The seven-member task force, appointed in February by AICPA chairman Bill Ezzell, was charged with evaluating how representatives are elected to Council and how Council conducts its activities, as well as communications and its relationships with the AICPA’s membership and Board of Directors.

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