NSAA President Beth Wood recently welcomed state auditors to Cherokee, North Carolina for the forty-first annual conference of the National State Auditors Association. Read the recap.
The NSAA IT Workshop and Conference scheduled for September 17-20 in Savannah, Georgia has been rescheduled due to Hurricane Florence.
The new dates for the event are January 29 - February 1, 2019. Questions about this change may be directed to Sherri Rowland.
NSAA President Stacey Pickering recently welcomed state auditors to Biloxi, Mississippi, for the fortieth annual conference of the National State Auditors Association.
NSAA responds to AICPA ED on "State and Local Government Entities" (formerly "Entities Included in State and Local Government Financial Statements").
Minnesota State Auditor Rebecca Otto was recently named to receive the 2017 NSAA William R. Snodgrass Leadership Award. The award was presented at a luncheond during the NSAA annual conference by New Jersey State Auditor and NSAA President Steven Eells.
It seems like only yesterday we were in Colorado for our annual conference, but another year has passed, and I have been pleased to serve as your president. I am looking forward to welcoming you all to Atlantic City, New Jersey this June 14-16!
NSAA President Dianne Ray recently welcomed state auditors to Colorado for the thirty-eighth annual conference of the National State Auditors Association. The conference was held June 14-16 at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek and featured a record attendance of nearly 150, including 37 principal state auditors and representation from 43 member offices. The conference was preceded on June 13 by a day of meetings of NSAAÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s committees...
NASACT recently received notice that the U.S. Department of Education (ED) released guidance on auditing Title IV student assistance programs.
The Auditing Standards Board of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants has released for comment an exposure draft of a proposed Statement on Auditing Standards entitled The Auditor's Consideration of an Entity's Ability to Continue as a Going Concern. This proposed SAS would supersede SAS No. 126 and would amended SAS 122.