Government Resource Center 

    Product ImageTo help CPAs working at the federal, state and local government levels meet the challenges of performing their work. The center has a wide variety of resources available for guidance and informational purposes. For a list of CPE, publications and conferences for CPAs in government, visit the AICPA Store

    Governor Rick Snyder, recipient of the 2014 Outstanding CPA in Government Impact Award - State Level


    The Governmental Audit Quality Center (GAQC) Auditee Resource Center includes information, practice aids, tools, and other resources that should be of most interest and benefit to auditees.

    The AICPA’s Governmental Audit Quality Center Releases Updated Illustrative State and Local Financial Statement Audit Reports

    Final Draft 2012 OMB Circular A-133 Compliance Supplement
    AICPA Technical Hotline
    The AICPA has a team of experts that will help answer your questions on accounting and financial reporting issues.

    The FinREC issues comment letters to communicate its views and positions on accounting and financial reporting proposals issued by standard setters, such as FASB, GASB, and the IASB. 

    GASB Standard Identifies Applicable FASB and AICPA Accounting Literature

    Benefits of Audit Committees and Audit Committee Charters for Government Entities

    News and Other Information 

    2015 Outstanding CPA in Government Awards
    Nominations are being accepted April 1-30, 2015 for the 2015 Outstanding CPA in Government Impact Awards (Federal, State and Local levels), as well as the Career Contribution Award.  Nominate a colleague who has demonstrated through their contribution the value of the CPA in government service.

    GPAC Committee
    The AICPA Government Performance and Accountability Committee (GPAC) represents CPAs working in all levels of federal, state, and local government. It also serves the public who depend on CPAs to help ensure government accountability. 

    The State and Local Governments Expert Panel serves the needs of AICPA members on financial and business reporting and audit and attest matters. The expert panel protects the public interest by bringing together knowledgeable parties in the state and local government industry to deliberate and come to agreement on key state and local government issues.

    Increasing Government Accountability: The Benefits of Tracking Subcontracts

    Vendor Integrity: Online Research
    Proactive Detection of Improper Payments 
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