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Change is inevitable and at times overwhelming if you are unprepared. This time tested update course is designed to prepare you for the latest accounting and auditing developments affecting governments and not-for-profits.
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge and experience in governmental and nonprofit accounting and auditing
Advanced Preparation: None
In this 240-min video, W.A. Broadus, Jr., CPA, CGFM, president of W.A. Broadus, Jr., CPA, PC, a respected consultant in the governmental and nonprofit area, employed for several years with the GAO, and author of many AICPA professional development courses, interviews David R. Bean, CPA, director of research and technical activities, GASB; Peter B. Bell, CPA, CGFM, consultant and trainer, employed for several years with HUD; Marcia B. Buchanan, CPA, CGFM, assistant director, GAO; James R. Dalkin, CPA, CGFM, director, GAO; Allen L. Fetterman, CPA, lecturer and retired partner of Loeb & Troper; John H. Fisher, CPA, CGFM, manager, HHS, OIG; Mary Foelster, CPA, AICPA director–Governmental Auditing and Accounting; Charles Landes, CPA, AICPA vice president–Professional Standards; Jeffery Mechanick, CPA, MBA; assistant director, FASB; Terry Ramsey, CPA, senior technical advisor, HHS; James S. Remis, CPA, partner, Federman, Lally & Remis, LLC; and George A. Rippey, CPA, retired deputy assistant IG for audit, U.S. Dept. of Education.
*The DVD course contains the video presentation and access to a viewable copy of the Manual.