New York (Aug. 10, 2004) -- Weighing in on the profession-wide debate over outsourcing, the Professional Ethics Executive Committee of the American Institute of CPAs has proposed a rule that would require institute members to disclose to clients the outsourcing of professional services.

Susan Coffey, AICPA vice-president of self regulation, said that the proposed rule would clarify the AICPA’s requirements for its members. The PEEC convened a task force earlier this year to examine the issues surrounding the outsourcing of services.

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