Washington (July 3, 2003) -- An internal audit of the Securities and Exchange Commission revealed that the some portions of the regulator’s accounting standards was not up to par.

The audit, which was performed on the SEC’s fiscal 2002 financials was conducted by Alexandria, Va.-based Cotton & Co. under the auspices of the agency’s inspector general.

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