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Short- and Long- Run Impact- Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Please respond to the following:
•Evaluate the overall effectiveness of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to date, and determine who has benefitted
most from the passage of the act. Provide two specific examples to support your response.
•From the e-Activity, analyze how easy or difficult it may be for officers and managers of organizations to
stay in strict compliance with SEC rules and for consumers, investors, and regulators to detect errors.
Then, determine at least one action that CEOs and boards can take to improve compliance.Looking
Back" Please respond to the following:
•Looking back on all the lessons learned in this course, discuss the one that surprised or interested you
the most. Explain what made it so surprising or interesting.
•Create a simile or metaphor that would help someone unfamiliar with this course understand the basic
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"Looking Ahead" Please respond to the following:
•Discuss what you have learned in this course that will help you in your current or future career.
•Thinking about the subjects addressed in this course, predict what will be the focus of this course 10
years from now. Explain your rationale.
Sarbanes Oxley Effectiveness
Many people who are not close to legal and regulatory issues expected a regulatory battle as a
result of the financial crisis, which could have led to the rapid emergence of radically new
technology solutions. Certainly, there has been an onslaught of new regulations, but the public
policy life cycle is very predictable, and there are professionals who manage that life cycle, so
that it is taken into account within the normal business cycle. This current public policy life cycle
of increasing transparency and accountability has been in place since at least 2002, with the
passing of the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act in response to corporate scandals, such as Enron.
Furthermore, the 2006 FRCP changes for digital evidence and the regulatory proliferation from
the U.S. Dodd-Frank Act as a result of the 2008 financial meltdown are realities for most
businesses, and they are adding to the regulatory information governance burden on enterprises'
business processes.
Why strict compliance is difficult?

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