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IMA

(Interactive Multimedia Association, Annapolis, MD) An earlier trade association founded in 1988 originally as the Interactive Video Industry Association. It provided an open process for adopting existing technologies and was involved in subjects such as networked services, scripting languages, data formats and intellectual property rights.
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It s fitting that John, one of the first professionals to pass the CMA examination in 1972, be inducted this year as IMA s Chair, said Brian L.
IMA Active Division offers a complete range of machines for the processing of solid dosage products.
Since the cost basis of each security is established for each client portfolio when purchased, the IMA starts off with no built-in gain.
Unfortunately, there are several areas where IMA believes the Committee is perpetuating the status quo and an imbalance in the accounting profession toward the auditing community, which is resulting in massive shareholder erosion, loss of U.
The IMA and MEF have 501(c)3 charitable organization status, which, depending on your personal tax status, makes donations tax deductible.
It has up to 16 T1 ports supporting up to 8 ATM IMA groups.
IMA has secured participation from various associations to serve as "participating reviewers" of the global assessment guidance discussion paper.
In addition to IMA's continued calls during the past year for more optimal management guidance, others who have more recently pushed for management guidance to supplant PCAOB Auditing Standard 2 (which unfortunately has become the de facto standard for management assessments of its internal controls over financial reporting) include SEC Chairman Cox, the SEC (in its announcement of a concept release which followed the May 10 roundtable), the SEC small business advisory task force, and scores of practitioners including those surveyed in a major IMA SOX research study.
During the past two years, IMA has devoted significant time and resources to studying, researching, and analyzing SOX and the massive economic costs and problems associated with the current regulatory framework.