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What We Really Need Edit Title
In 2005, several groups presented to a Senate Finance committee regarding the establishment of stricter finance reporting requirements for organizations operating in the United States. We take our hats off to Independent Sector and other groups that have crafted and presented recommendations to the Senate Finance Committee on how to make nonprofits more accountable. However, our organization’s experiences in consulting, education, and advocacy with community- based organizations suggest a different set of reforms. Unlike Independent Sector, we are not constrained by concerns of what is politically achievable. We therefore propose the fol- lowing eight reforms that, in our opinion, would best strengthen both the external accountability of the nonprofit sector and its internal ability to effect social change.
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