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reasonable level of assurance is the degree of confidence one has in a statement. A “reasonable” level of assurance does not mean absolute assurance and might not even mean a “very high” level of assurance, but it is enough, for all practical purposes, to make senior executives comfortable with signing the declaration. What is reasonable depends on many factors, including the executive, the organizational culture, and the resources required to increase the level of assurance.