GAQC CPE & Events
Find information about upcoming Center Web events, AICPA Governmental conferences, and links to past Center Web events, Webcasts and calls.
View a schedule of upcoming GAQC web events
This schedule provides you with the topics, dates, and times of the GAQC Web events between now and July 2017. Member web events and conference calls are held periodically, at no cost to members, and are also archived for convenient member access.
Recent web events:
- 2017 OMB Compliance Supplement and Single Audit Update
- 2017 State and Local Government Audit Planning Considerations
- Avoiding Common Errors in Not-for-Profit Financial Reporting
- Crucial First Steps: The Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards and Major Program Determination
- Developing and Reporting Audit Findings
- Uniform Guidance: Challenging Compliance Areas
- HUD Update: For-Profit Entities Subject to HUD Consolidated Audit Guide
- Commonly Asked Uniform Guidance and Yellow Book Questions
- Single Audit Fundamentals—A Four Part Series
- The Continued Complexities of Auditing Governmental Pension Plans and Participating Employers
- Sampling in a Single Audit Environment
- Preparing for a Single Audit: An Auditee Perspective
AICPA Governmental and Not-for-Profit Training Program
Date: Oct 23 – 25, 2017
Location: Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV
This conference is the one-stop learning destination for CPAs involved in governmental or not-for-profit accounting and auditing. Three intensive days of sessions will help you bridge the gap between comprehension and implementation of the latest regulatory changes.
Obtain discounts on registration for governmental related conferences and products.
AICPA Governmental CPE Products
Advanced Auditing of HUD-Assisted Projects
Learn to recognize and apply the latest changes in the federally-assisted housing industry and efficiently plan, perform, and report a HUD-assisted engagement.
The course includes an overview of requirements, and how GAAS and the Yellow Book apply to the compliance audit. It also covers the different types of federal awards, along with audit implications for a recipient or subrecipient.