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Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Notes software development documentation... a question

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I have a question posted on the Lotus Informer site related to Sarbanes-Oxley and documenting changes to a Notes application...  If you could head over there and give it a read (and offer your opinions), I'd be forever grateful.  Thanks!


Gravatar Image1 - According to Business Week there has been a lot of progress with companies implementing the following governance reforms: 95% of companies have a financial expert on audit committee (compared to 65% in 2002), 90% have board evaluation policies (compared to 35% in 2002), 80% have director training (compared to 14% in 2002) and 51% have auditor rotation policies (compared to 8% in 2002).

[URL=http://www.sarbanes-oxley-act-compliance.com/] Sarbanes Oxley [/URL]

Gravatar Image2 - I saw that Prevari was doing some free focus groups related to Sarbox and Risk Management. Maybe it's worth checking out.

Gravatar Image3 - I saw a blog on a suite of Lotus Notes software for Sarbanes Oxley (SOX). I contains request access, purchasing, email archiving and other features. Here is the blog if anyone wants to check it out.


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