New York (Jan. 5, 2004) -- The American Institute of CPAs kicked off the new year with the launch of the Center for Public Company Audit Firms, the revamped version of its former SEC Practice Section.
AICPA Council members at their Fall meeting in October approved the restructuring of the section, since the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board had taken over much of the SECPS’s self-regulatory authority and activities.
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