New York (Aug. 20, 2003) -- The American Institute of CPAs is asking its members to vote on two proposals to enhance its ethics enforcement process.
One proposal would allow the AICPA to sanction members without investigation if they have been sanctioned by governmental agencies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, or by other organizations that have the authority to regulate accountants, such as the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
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