Washington (July 7, 2004) -- Approximately three-quarters (77 percent) of nonprofit organizations have an audit committee, based on findings reported in the latest Grant Thornton "National Board Governance Survey for Not-for-Profit Organizations."

However, the report pointed out, "While that number may seem high, not-for-profit industry experts believe that almost all boards of directors should have a separate audit committee."

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