Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Passed in response to major
corporate governance and accounting scandals

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How to Play HMO HARDBALL blows the whistle on Kaiser Permanente’s corporate governance malfeasance and violations of federal law including the Anti-Kickback Law, Civil/Criminal False Claims Acts, Medicare/Medicaid Acts.

Michael J. Garcia
U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York
Re: Extension of the KPMG Deferred Prosecution Ageement
Letter dated 12/18/2006

Richard C. Breeden
Independent Monitor, KPMG Deferred Prosecution Agreement
Re: Violations Sarbanes-Oxley, ADA, other federal laws
Notice dated 12/18/2006

Letter to Jacquelyn Finney dated 21 December 2006
Re: KPMG, Violations Sarbanes-Oxley, ADA, other federal laws

Stephen Joynt
President & CEO, Fitch Ratings
Re: Fraudulent Fitch Ratings,
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Securities

Letter dated 12/18/2006

J. Neal Purcell
Chair, Kaiser Permanente Audit & Compliance Committee
Notice dated 11/14/2006