The consolidated financial statements of the federal government for fiscal year 2002: hearing before the Subcommittee on Government Efficiency and Financial Management of the Committee on Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, first session, April 8, 2003
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24 CFO Act accepted accounting principles Accounting Office activity and balances Administration agency financial audited financial statements auditors billion budget CFO Act agencies Chairman challenges commitments Congress consolidated financial statements core financial systems cost DOD's efforts ensure estimates federal agencies federal financial management federal government federal government's financial audit financial information financial management reform financial management systems financial reporting fiscal exposures fiscal year 2002 GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL STATEMENTS government's consolidated financial governmentwide Hammond identified implementation improper payments improved financial management included information security internal control intragovernmental activity issues JFMIP Principals material weaknesses Medicare Modified COTS October operations Oracle U.S. phase Platts President's Management Agenda programs progress SAP R/3 September 30 Service significant Social Security Social Security Administration Springer standards TODD RUSSELL PLATTS transactions Treasury U.S. General Accounting U.S. Government U.S. government's consolidated UFMS unqualified audit opinions unqualified opinions Walker