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Sampson receives POB's McCloy award.

The Public Oversight Board (POB), an independent body that monitors the activities of the SEC practice section of the AICPA division for CPA firms, presented its John J. McCloy Award to A. Clarence Sampson in recognition of his distinguished career and outstanding service to the accounting profession. Sampson received the award, named after the POB's first chairman, at the annual AICPA SEC conference.

Sampson, a former chief accountant of the SEC, is currently a member of the Financial Accounting Standards Board. As the SEC's chief accountant and principal adviser on accounting and auditing matters for 11 years, he played a key role in developing its integrated disclosure system and reexamining, revising and codifying more than 200 financial reporting releases issued since 1937.
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Title Annotation:A. Clarence Sampson, Public Oversight Board
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Apr 1, 1993
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