AuditWatch to Provide Core-Level Audit Training in 2002

June 21, 2001

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Thomas P. Houck, President
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AuditWatch to Provide Core-Level Audit Training in 2002; Enters Alliance with George Marthinuss

HERNDON, VA — AuditWatch, Inc. announced plans to offer five levels of core-level audit training beginning in 2002. In a related development, the company announced a strategic alliance with George L. Marthinuss, President of the CPE Institute, Inc.

As part of the Marthinuss alliance, AuditWatch will combine and integrate CPE Institute’s core-level materials with its own proprietary content. In addition, AuditWatch will create new content specifically for its programs.

Thomas P. Houck, President, stated, “Our training materials will be relevant, up-to-date, engaging, and enjoyable. And we are thrilled to team up with George Marthinuss. He has a wealth of experience and has established a great reputation in core-level training.”

In addition to the five core-level offerings, the company will continue to conduct its Supervisor & Manager SchoolSM as well as AuditWatch’s Senior FactorySM, an intensive two-week program that accelerates the professional development of staff and “in-charge” auditors.

AuditWatch, Inc. is the nation’s premier consulting and training firm serving the audit profession. The company offers a variety of products and services to help auditors provide more efficient, effective, and value-added services.

George Marthinuss is President of the CPE Institute, Inc. and has taught core-level training for over 10 years to accounting firm associations and individual CPA firms. Previously, he served as a partner at Keller Bruner & Company in Bethesda, Maryland.

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