AICPA Alert - LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING OUTSOURCING - Members have responsibilities when they use third parties to provide services in client engagements. Primary among them are security and confidentiality of information, due professional care and compliance with the Code of Professional Conduct.
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|Contributors:||Miller, Richard I.; Anderson, Alan W.|
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