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PSC-SC meeting was held on June 8 and 9, 2017, at the headquaters of the Federal Court of Accounts - Brazil, in Brasília. The  programme and the meeting documents are available here .

The Professional Standards Committee (PSC) leads the efforts within INTOSAI to provide to the Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) relevant, professional and clear standards and guidance that add credibility to the work of the individual auditor and the resulting audit reports.

Since its creation, in 2004, PSC has contributed to important INTOSAI achievements such as the establishment of the International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions (ISSAI) framework and the approval of the “Due Process”.

When the news came out just before Christmas that “Fast N’ Loud” mechanic Aaron Kaufman would be bidding farewell to his co-star Richard Rawlings, it was a shock to some fans of Discovery’s car-restoration series. After all, the Dallas-based reality TV show has been a huge success since its debut in 2012 and helped turn their Gas Monkey Garage into an internationally known brand and business empire.

But the hirsute Kaufman is turning his back and his beard on all of that to go his own way. Yet, aside from the post on gasmonkeygarage.com announcing Kaufman’s exit, there haven’t been many details about what his next step would be. Rawlings said Gas Monkey Garage would continue. “It is a big hit to GMG,” he said of Kaufman’s departure, “but please note that it would be an insult to everyone here at Gas Monkey who has been putting in the work these past few years to say that we can’t do it without him.”

Now, Kaufman is talking, in advance of the next “Fast N’ Loud” episode which is sort of the beginning of the end. With this episode, airing at 9 p.m. Monday -- as well as in a couple of crossover episodes with the Discovery street-racing show Street Outlaws -- Kaufman begins his, to put it in terms Gwyneth Paltrow might understand , “conscious uncoupling” from the Rawlings machine and his current TV incarnation.

PSC-SC meeting was held on June 8 and 9, 2017, at the headquaters of the Federal Court of Accounts - Brazil, in Brasília. The  programme and the meeting documents are available here .

The Professional Standards Committee (PSC) leads the efforts within INTOSAI to provide to the Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) relevant, professional and clear standards and guidance that add credibility to the work of the individual auditor and the resulting audit reports.

Since its creation, in 2004, PSC has contributed to important INTOSAI achievements such as the establishment of the International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions (ISSAI) framework and the approval of the “Due Process”.

PSC-SC meeting was held on June 8 and 9, 2017, at the headquaters of the Federal Court of Accounts - Brazil, in Brasília. The  programme and the meeting documents are available here .

The Professional Standards Committee (PSC) leads the efforts within INTOSAI to provide to the Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) relevant, professional and clear standards and guidance that add credibility to the work of the individual auditor and the resulting audit reports.

Since its creation, in 2004, PSC has contributed to important INTOSAI achievements such as the establishment of the International Standards of Supreme Audit Institutions (ISSAI) framework and the approval of the “Due Process”.

When the news came out just before Christmas that “Fast N’ Loud” mechanic Aaron Kaufman would be bidding farewell to his co-star Richard Rawlings, it was a shock to some fans of Discovery’s car-restoration series. After all, the Dallas-based reality TV show has been a huge success since its debut in 2012 and helped turn their Gas Monkey Garage into an internationally known brand and business empire.

But the hirsute Kaufman is turning his back and his beard on all of that to go his own way. Yet, aside from the post on gasmonkeygarage.com announcing Kaufman’s exit, there haven’t been many details about what his next step would be. Rawlings said Gas Monkey Garage would continue. “It is a big hit to GMG,” he said of Kaufman’s departure, “but please note that it would be an insult to everyone here at Gas Monkey who has been putting in the work these past few years to say that we can’t do it without him.”

Now, Kaufman is talking, in advance of the next “Fast N’ Loud” episode which is sort of the beginning of the end. With this episode, airing at 9 p.m. Monday -- as well as in a couple of crossover episodes with the Discovery street-racing show Street Outlaws -- Kaufman begins his, to put it in terms Gwyneth Paltrow might understand , “conscious uncoupling” from the Rawlings machine and his current TV incarnation.

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