Category Archives: Public Sector Accounting Board

Volunteer Opportunity for an Indigenous Government Finance Official – The Public Sector Accounting Discussion Group Needs You

The Public Sector Accounting Board (PSAB) is committed to ensuring diversity and a broad experience is represented on its committees. As reported by the Standard. We are currently looking for Indigenous government finance representation on our Public Sector Accounting (PSA) Discussion Group with expertise in public sector accounting. Read more about the opportunity we have available and apply by September

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In Brief — Statement of Concepts, “A Revised Conceptual Framework for the Canadian Public Sector”

In Brief — Statement of Concepts, “A Revised Conceptual Framework for the Canadian Public Sector” This In Brief provides a plain and simple overview of the key proposals in the Statement of Concepts, “A Revised Conceptual Framework for the Canadian Public Sector”. It also presents background information about PSAB’s Concepts Underlying Financial Performance project. Download now Visit TheGAAP.net daily to

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REMINDER: Video – Reviewing our International Strategy

Watch this easy-to-understand video on PSAB’s project, Reviewing our International Strategy. It takes you through the key aspects of this project’s first Consultation Paper – out for comment until September 28, 2018! Watch now! Visit TheGAAP.net daily to be kept up to date on accounting information, trends and changes.   For years, TheGAAP.net has provided Accounting; articles, surveys, employment opportunities,

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Statement of Principles – A Revised Reporting Model for the Canadian Public Sector

Statement of Principles – A Revised Reporting Model for the Canadian Public Sector. As reported by the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. Weigh in on proposals for a new reporting model! PSAB has issued a Statement of Principles proposing a revised reporting model for the Canadian public sector. Stakeholders are encouraged to submit their responses by November 28, 2018. Give us

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