Washington (June 25, 2003) -- The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s plan to employ an aggressive, “emergency response” enforcement strategy to police accounting firms and corporations could undergo significant changes at a rule planning meeting tentatively scheduled for July.

Rather than rules, or even proposed rules, the PCAOB is describing the enforcement program outlined earlier this year as “a blueprint for the board’s staff” that will be “subject to refinement and change as the board gains additional experience.”

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