Washington (Sept. 24, 2003) -- In testimony before the Senate Banking Committee, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board chairman William McDonough said the board has repaid the $20.3 million in received from the Treasury as start-up funding.

Going forward the board will now receive its funding from fees assessed on public companies.

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