The Securities and Exchange Commission, which is charged with overseeing controversial federal rules for corporate bookkeeping, apparently is having trouble fixing its own accounting department.

As the SEC prepares to decide whether to ease up on some internal control obligations imposed by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act that companies decry as burdensome, the Government Accountability Office Monday released a report saying the SEC has failed to fix a number of internal weaknesses.

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