Outstanding CPA in Government 2012 Award Winner, Federal Level John H. Fisher, Ph.D., CPA
John H. Fisher, Ph.D., CPA is the Outstanding CPA in Government 2012 Award winner for the federal level.
Published on September 14, 2012
Managing Banking Relations
Management accountants are sometimes asked to select which banks and services will be used in cash management, but often have inadequate information to make the best decisions. This guideline, designed for small to medium-sized organizations, explains the appropriate information and steps required in choosing a bank and preparing a request
Published on February 25, 2010
Next Generation Enterprise
New market forces are redefining value in the creation, production and distribution of goods and services. Adapting to these forces challenges management philosophies, structures, performance metrics, and financial controls. This publication describes the strategies of agile enterprises and provides guidance on the development of infrastructures required to achieve organizational objectives
Published on August 15, 2011
Quality of Earnings Case Study Collection
...Earnings Quality" has been a subject of SEC investigations, articles in most, if not all, business publications, and significant debate in recent years. It is a matter of importance in the...
Published on April 27, 2010
Corporate Boards Measuring and Improving Performance
This Guideline provides guidance for corporations on how to respond to regulatory and stakeholder concernds for improving the quality of performance of both senior managers and corporate board of directors. It also provides new approaches for financial executives to contribute to improving the performance of board of directors...
Published on February 04, 2013
Outstanding CPA in Government 2011 Award Winner- Federal Level Jeanette Franzel, CPA
Jeanette Franzel, CPA is the Outstanding CPA in Government 2011 Award winner for the federal level.
Published on August 24, 2011
Accounts Receivable Management
Accounts receivable often constitute a significant portion of assets. Controlling the accounts receivable process demands the development of policies that are compatible with an enterprises profit, liquidity and market share. Since the accounts receivable policy has a broad impact, it must be managed carefully and assessed frequently.
Published on July 02, 2010
Peter Hughes, CPA
Peter Hughes, CPA- Outstanding CPA in Government Award Winner- Local Level
Published on August 17, 2010
Redesigning the Finance Function
The finance function is central to the successful operation of any organization. The finance professional, by working with the rest of the management team to ensure that resources are efficiently and effectively acquired, maintained, and deployed in the best interests of all of the organization's stakeholders, sustains the finance function's
Published on October 31, 2011
Business Briefs- 2011
AICPA Ethics Codification Project Update for Members in Business (December) The AICPA Professional Ethics Executive Committee (PEEC) continues to move forward with a codification of th
Published on September 27, 2013