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03 March 2009

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Dan Philpott

Thank you for this thoughtful and even handed analysis of the Consensus Audit Guidelines. I've been following the CAG since its December announcement and have been surprised at the lack of critical analysis of the project. It's a pleasure to see someone take the time to carefully consider the project and how it may or may not fit into the Federal security ecosystem.

Anonym

And add to this is anonymous origin - everybody who commented noticed that its "consensus" aspect is ... eh, how should I say it? ... unproven?

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