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Publication Date: 2005
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Walker, David M.
For the past 8 years, since the first audit of the consolidated financial statements of the U.S. gov't. (CFS), certain material weaknesses in internal control & in selected accounting & financial reporting practices have resulted in conditions that have prevented the GAO from expressing an opinion on the CFS. The U.S. gov't. does not have adequate systems, controls, & procedures to properly prepare the CFS. The purpose of this report is to: discuss the details of the weaknesses relating to the Treasury's preparation of the CFS; recommend improvements to address those weaknesses; & provide the status of corrective actions to address the 142 open recommendations previously reported. Includes 20 new recommendations. Charts & tables.Walker, David M. is the author of 'Financial Audit : Process for Preparing the Consolidated Financial Statements of the U. S. Government Continues to Need Improvement', published 2005 under ISBN 9781422301135 and ISBN 1422301133.
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