Wednesday, March 1, 2017

GAO's Yellow Book Exposure Draft

Start Date: 3/1/2017 2:00 PM EST
End Date: 3/1/2017 3:20 PM EST

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Organization Name: NASACT

Pat Hackney
Phone: (859) 276-1147

GAO's Yellow Book Exposure Draft - What Changes are Ahead?

GAO plans to issue an exposure draft of proposed revisions to Government Auditing Standards (Yellow Book) in early 2017. The proposed revision represents a modernized version of the standards that considers developments in the accounting and auditing professions. The changes are intended to reinforce the principles of transparency and accountability and provide the framework for high-quality government audits. The revision is expected to include changes in the areas of auditor competence, continuing professional education, internal control, quality control and external peer review.

As the exposure draft will not be released before the webinar, GAO plans to discuss what they expect to be the most significant changes. As part of this, GAO will spend a part of the webinar discussing frequently asked questions from its technical inquiry network. GAO will discuss how it plans to address these common questions in the exposure draft.

Please join us for this very important and timely professional training event!


$299 per group (unlimited attendance)
$50 per person - Use promo code INDWEB to receive individual discount pricing with CPE.
$25 per person - Use promo code INDNOCPE to receive individual discount pricing with no CPE required.

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1.5 credits will be available for this event.

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