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Who Can Request a Peer Review?
In order to participate in ALGA's Peer Review Program, an audit organization must: 1) be an organizational member of ALGA in good standing and 2) provide a comparable number of reviewers to conduct similar peer reviews coordinated by ALGA prior to each requested peer review.

The audit organization is solely responsible for meeting these requirements. Exceptions to the policy may be granted on a case-by-case basis with the approval of the Chair of the Peer Review Committee and its Liaison to the ALGA Board of Directors. The peer review program is not available to federal or state agencies, or public accounting firms.

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1. What Are the Benefits of Participating in an ALGA Peer Review?
2. Who Can Request a Peer Review?
3. What Are the Costs of an ALGA Peer Review?
4. Can I Be Reviewed Without Issuing a Report?
5. How Do I Get Started?
6. How Do I Become a Reviewer?