The American Institute of CPAs voted to allow non-public members on its Peer Review Board as part of the ongoing restructuring of that senior committee.

The vote, held during the opening session at the institute's 2006 Spring meeting of Governing Council in Salt Lake City, means that the Peer Review Board joins such AICPA committees as the Auditing Standards Board, the Board of Examiners and the Professional Ethics Executive Committee to include non-institute members. However, under the guidelines non-institute members may not exceed more than 25 percent of a board's members.

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