Washington (March 7, 2002) -A searing 45-page report from the General Accounting Office has warned that the Securities and Exchange Commission is stretched too thin in terms of financing and resources to effectively perform its duties.

The report also took SEC managers to task, claiming that their reviews and projected staffing requirements, as well as resource allocations, were unsatisfactory.

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