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Government Accounting & Auditing


Committee Members

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Jennifer L. Katz
RSM US LLPManhattan/Bronx
Scott M. Adair Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation AuthorityRochester
Julio A. Agosto US Department of Homeland SecurityQueens/Brooklyn
Sunil K. Anand SKACPAPCStaten Island
Michael J. Angerhauser Michael J. Angerhauser, CPANassau
Joseph P. Athy SUNY Old WestburyManhattan/Bronx
Amanda L. Austin City of WatervlietNortheast
Robert L. Balducci NYC Municipal Water Finance AuthorityManhattan/Bronx
Susan M. Barossi PKF O'Connor Davies, LLPWestchester
Marcevir L. Bernardo Watson Rice LLPManhattan/Bronx
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About the Government Accounting & Auditing Committee

Government Accounting and Auditing

Committee Action Plan


Who We Are:

The objective of this committee is to identify and respond to issues related to government accounting and auditing.

What We Do:

The committee shall:

-- provide a forum for discussion of emerging issues related to government accounting and auditing;

-- comment on proposed professional guidance of standard-setting bodies related to government accounting and auditing such as GASB and GAO exposure drafts;

-- develop formal educational programs for the Foundation for Accounting Education, such as the annual Government Accounting and Auditing Conference, and other projects disseminating information to the Society’s members;

-- prepare and review articles on technical subjects relating to government accounting and auditing that may be used for publications or reference by the Society such as The CPA Journal and The Trusted Professional;

-- maintain advisory services to the Society’s members by responding to individually written, telephone, and internet inquiries not requiring research;

-- identify and discuss emerging government accounting and auditing practice problems affecting practitioners and follow up as deemed appropriate; and

-- maintain liaison between the Society and both governmental and non-governmental organizations related to government accounting and auditing;