Auditing - THE NEW GAO INDEPENDENCE STANDARD: WHAT AUDITORS NEED TO KNOW - Auditors subject to GAGAS inadvertendy could fail to comply with a new standard to keep them independent. The remedy? A sound understanding of the standard's overarching principles and independence safeguards.
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