The Securities and Exchange Commission's advisory committee on smaller public companies has published a series of questions to solicit public input from investors and companies on ways to improve the current regulatory system for smaller companies and to examine the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.

At the committee's request, the SEC has posting the questions on its Web site, Interested parties are encouraged to respond by Aug. 31, either via the Web site or by sending written responses to an address located on the Web site. The committee will consider this information in making its recommendations, and said that there is no specific cut-off in determining the size of a smaller public company.

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