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According to NASA Accounting Office accrued costs adjustments to prior Aeronautics and Space agencies agency’s Appendix II Comments asset management module Budget Budgetary Resources business process reengineering business processes capabilities capture and report compliance configured contractors core financial module Cost Accounting Standards cost of NASA’s costs reported ensure external financial reporting federal accounting standards federal financial management FFMSR financial information Financial Management Program financial management systems financial reporting purposes financial statements fiscal full cost Glenn Research Center IFMP implemented in June independent auditor information needed Integrated Financial Management internal control internal management June 23 manual processes manual workarounds NASA disagreed NASA’s contract NASA’s current NASA’s financial management National Aeronautics October PP&E and materials PricewaterhouseCoopers prior to implementation prior year obligations program managers property records requirements of FFMIA September 30 SFFAS Space Administration Appendix Statement of Budgetary substantially comply summary-level system requirements transaction types U.S. General Accounting
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Page 5 - ... financial information accumulation and processing, enhance financial control, and support budget and external reporting, including financial statement preparation. The SGL is intended to improve data stewardship throughout the government, enabling...
Page 19 - Accounting standards are authoritative statements of how particular types of transactions and other events should be reflected in financial statements. SFFACs explain the objectives and ideas upon which FASAB develops the standards.
Page 6 - Office began a special effort to review and report on the federal program areas its work identified as high risk because of vulnerabilities to waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement. This effort, which...
Page 6 - October 1990, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Director of OMB, and the Comptroller General established FASAB to develop a set of generally accepted accounting standards for the federal government.
Page 6 - NASA's inability to (1) oversee its contractors and their financial and program performance and (2) implement a modern, integrated financial management system, which is integral to producing accurate and reliable financial information needed to support contract management.
Page 24 - US General Accounting Office, Executive Guide: Creating Value Through World-class Financial Management, GAO/AIMD-00-134 (Washington, BC...
Page 7 - ... Management, working in cooperation with each other and with operating agencies to improve financial management practices throughout the government. The program was initiated in 1948 by the Secretary of the Treasury, the Director of the Bureau of the Budget (now OMB), and the Comptroller General and was given statutory authorization in the Budget and Accounting Procedures Act of 1950. The Civil Service Commission, now the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), joined JFMIP in 1966.