Given how quickly business leaders are mobilizing to address regulatory compliance requirements these days, it's not surprising that more and more companies are now engaging - as a disciplined framework for internal controls - the COSO model established by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission in 1992.

COSO represents the most broadly accepted internal control framework against which organizations can assess or design their internal control systems - a framework, by the way, that has also been incorporated as a basis for U.S. auditing standards.

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