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Construction has ramped up on the new U.S. 641 from the Clarks River Bridge at the south edge of Murray to the Kentucky-Tennessee state line at Hazel. Initial construction on this 5.6-mile section of new four-lane will have no impact on existing U.S. 641 traffic during the 2021 construction season and minimal impact on side roads. Initial work includes culvert and bridge construction activities. The $37.6-million project has a target completion date in the summer of 2023. U.S. 60 has an active work zone near the 12 mile marker at the north edge of Smithland for construction of the new Cumberland River Bridge. Flaggers may be present to hop over to this web-site assist trucks as they deliver materials and equipment to the worksite. There is a 25 mph speed limit for westbound traffic and a 35 mph speed limit for eastbound traffic. The target completion date for the new $63.6-million bridge is spring of 2023. U.S. 641 has a work zone through downtown Benton from mile point 7.98 near the Town Creek Bridge northward to mile point 8.824 at the KY 348/5th Street intersection. It includes one-way sections of U.S. 641 along Main Street and Poplar Street in downtown Benton. Because of the need for additional base work near the northern end of the project, the target completion date is extended to fall of 2021. U.S. 60 has work zone lane restrictions for the construction of R-Cuts at the KY 726/Kelley Road intersection and the KY 996/Metropolis Lake Road intersection.

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These proposed standards also will be similar to the IAASB’s standards. Particularly for global firms whose work is subject to different regulatory agencies, minimizing the differences between standards is critical. “One challenge could be making all that work together,” said Jennifer Haskell, CPA, chief auditor at Deloitte & Touche LLP. “There’s a lot of stakeholders and interested parties, so aiming for as much consistency as possible will be a challenge but will be a really great reward at the end.” A broad summary of the IAASB’s standards would show that they: Move quality management from a policies-based approach to a risk-based approach. ISQM 1 requires a firm to establish quality objectives, processes, procedures, and controls based on the risks that are particular to the individual firm’s circumstances. Place more rigor around the accuracy and completeness of the information and communications a firm uses in its system of quality management. Establish firm leadership’s responsibility and accountability for quality management and require an annual evaluation of effectiveness. Modernize the standards so they are relevant and compatible with the innovations taking place in the profession. For example, where an element in the old standard referred to the “human resources” element of the system of quality control, the new standard refers to a resources element that includes human, intellectual, and technological components. The requirement to document and test all processes, process risk points, and controls is where the quality management standards most resemble the rules for implementing SOX 404(b). The processes are all in place, Peo said, but documenting and testing them is a different challenge. “Some people thought the same thing about SOX 404 when they first implemented,” Peo said. “It was like, ‘How hard can that be?’ They already have the processes in place. And you pretty quickly realized, it’s a different exercise when you have to go through and document it all and then test it.” “My first piece of advice,” Haskell said, “would be to figure out where you are in relation to the new standard, figure out the quality objectives in the new standard, and line them up against what you’re measuring today as part of your system of quality control.” Experts say it’s critically important that the standards can be easily applied to audits of all levels of complexity at all the various sizes of firms. “There could be different challenges for different sets of firms, depending on how the standards are written,” said Brian Croteau, CPA, a partner in the National Quality Organization of PwC’s Assurance Practice and Regulatory Risk and Quality Control leader. “But the good news is that it seems the standard setters and regulators are focused on that issue and really are trying to think about how to write the standards, or in the IAASB’s case, already wrote the standard, in a way that they believe is sufficiently scalable to firms of all sizes.” Nonetheless, firms of different sizes will have different challenges with implementation. Smaller firms may struggle with this effort because they don’t possess the resources that larger firms can rely on for implementation. On the other hand, processes and controls at small firms that perform less-complex audits won’t be as complicated, so they will be easier to document. “When you have a huge firm, things can get pretty complicated just from a process standpoint because there are so many people and so many different types of audits,” Peo said. “I think smaller firms will have a challenge, but I think they’re probably just different challenges from larger firms.” Although implementation may be burdensome, experts say it’s worth it because they believe the standards ultimately will result in better performance on audits.

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