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Attributes of Sarbanes-Oxley Tool Sets Part Two: Information and Communication, Monitoring, and Startup Tips
An earlier article, Audit Considerations for Enterprise Software Implementations, included a brief discussion of the use of computer-based tool sets and

components of information system with diagram  examined the first three components of the COSO Integrated Framework relative to selecting a SOX tool set. Part Two discusses the information and communication, and monitoring components from a similar perspective and provides some tips for kicking off the tool set selection process. What is COSO? COSO stands for Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission. It is a voluntary private-sector organization dedicated to improving the quality of financial reporting through business ethics,

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Transportation management systems should provide the basic components of a shared information system to support collaboration, rates, routes, roles, transaction sets, documents, and information exchanged to facilitate the booking, execution, and settlement of transportation movements. 

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