Bernadette Broccolo was quoted in the June 27 issue of Modern Healthcare in the article "A Higher Standard" regarding the latest report from the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector that included 120 proposals for improving accountability and transparency for all not-for-profits. "I'm not a betting person, but my instinct tells me that we're going to get reform," Ms. Broccolo said. "And that reform will draw on the panel's proposals for ideas. The IRS has already outlined steps not-for-profits can take to show that their governing boards diligently sought out and evaluated appropriate salary data. If a full board or an authorized committee, none of which have a conflict of interest, approved compensation in advance; used comparable compensation data to arrive at an offer; and documented the rationale for a decision as it's being made, then the responsible board members have established a rebuttable presumption."