Dear Doug,

Compliance dates are different depending on the category
your enterprise is in. The earliest compliance dates get 
traction in November of this year. More information about 
SOX is available here: 

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board has published
an extensive 'official' interpretation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
The standards are known as PCAOB, pronounced "peek-a-boo." 
Here is more information: 

We've developed some clever and affordable software products
to address iSeries compliance for SOX, PCAOB, 21 CFR part 11, 
HIPAA, GLBA, and the rest of the compliance alphabet soup: 

More details about out "Stocking Stuffers for SOX" products:

Peace to you,

Bob Kohlndorfer
Unbeaten Path International
North America: (888) 874-8008
International: (262) 681-3151
European contact: (44) 1-737-824248

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From: "Doug Hart" <DougHart@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'"
Sent: Sunday, August 22, 2004 6:17 PM
Subject: Sarbanes & Oxley

Does anyone know if there is a date when companies must be SOX compliant?

Also, what are the penalties, if any, for non-compliance?

Our auditors are driving us nuts.  I'd love to put them off until next
Spring, or just pay the fines like you can do with OSHA if they are not to

Doug Hart 

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