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In the filing, the oversight board said that the government will not be able to meet its $74 billion debt burden and continue to provide government services to residents.
The Committee acknowledged the significant role of Quality Assurance Board of ICAP and recommended for continuation of QCR function with introduction of oversight of the same by proposed audit oversight board, through appropriate amendment in the SECP Act, 1997.
He said questions remain about the members of the Oversight Board responsible for approving the grant - including GOP gubernatorial candidate and Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott and outgoing Comptroller Susan Combs.
The meeting was chaired by Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani and attended by members of the Oversight Board from various ministries and organisations.
Tinker, CPA, director, accounting & financial reporting, Association for Financial Professionals (AFP), says her group opposed the Perlmutter bill because it created an accounting standards oversight board stacked with banking regulators.
Sarbanes-Oxley also led to the establishment and public funding of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), apparently reversing the SEC's earlier belief that the private sector could set and oversee auditing standards.
Bernard testified before the IRS Oversight Board, responding to the Board's invitation for the Institute's views on how well the IRS responds to the customer service needs of taxpayers.
Stavros Thomadakis, chairman of the Public Interest Oversight Board, at an International Federation of Accountants board meeting in New York, July 29.
The Drug Safety Oversight Board was created pursuant to a separate initiative announced in February.
According to the report, the TSA has managed to establish an internal oversight board, but it has not finished establishing safeguards against abuse, creating a mechanism for passengers to correct erroneous information about themselves, assessing the accuracy of its databases, or developing cost estimates for the program, among other goals set by Congress.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) has made it easier to submit enforcement tips and complaints via a new online form (www.
The oversight structure would be supervised by a public oversight board formed by non-professionals.