IFAC FOCUS AREAS
- Accountability. Now.
- Adoption of International Standards
- Developing the Global Profession
- Global Representation and Advocacy
- Professional Accountants in Business
- Small and Medium Practices
Independent Standard-Setting Boards
The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board sets high-quality international standards for auditing, assurance, and quality control that strengthen public confidence in the global profession.
The International Accounting Education Standards Board establishes standards, in the area of professional accounting education, that prescribe technical competence and professional skills, values, ethics, and attitudes.
The International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants sets high-quality, internationally appropriate ethics standards for professional accountants, including auditor independence requirements.
The International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board develops standards, guidance, and resources for use by public sector entities around the world for preparation of general purpose financial statements.
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Performance & Financial Management
Professional accountants will use many performance & financial management methods and approaches to help their organization deliver its objectives, goals, targets, and strategies. Performance & financial management encompasses all of the management, process, and behavioral aspects of strategy execution and monitoring performance. See the full overview.
by Bhumi Jariwala, Editor, IFAC Global Knowledge Gateway | June 15, 2015
What does the emergence of artificial intelligence mean for professional accountants and the profession?
There are 60 articles
Technologies and Trends at Digital CPA 2015: An IFAC Gateway ReviewThe Gateway Team reviews Digital CPA 2015, looking at the speakers, products, and big ideas.
by Bhumi Jariwala, Editor, IFAC Global Knowledge Gateway and Eli R. Khazzam, Senior Professional, Economic Development & Emerging Technologies. | December 22, 2015
ABC/M and the Public Sector: Uses, Pitfalls, and the Argument for ChangeIn the fourth article of a four-part series based on the book, Activity-Based Cost Management in Government , author Gary Cokins explains the importance of knowing what to do with ABC/M data before the calculation effort is launched.
by Gary Cokins, CPIM, Analytics-Based Performance Management LLC | December 14, 2015
When Change Isn’t an Option but a Mandate: What Big Data Is Doing to AccountingChange often creeps up on us slowly, and then it’s all over us. That’s happening in accounting circles today particularly as it pertains to big data. And, the changes it’s triggering will cause fundamental reassessments of what practitioners do and
by Brian Sommer, TechVentive Founder and Technology Industry Expert | December 1, 2015
Activity-Based Cost Management in the Public Sector: Multiple Stage ABC/M ApproachThe third article of a four-part series is based on the book, Activity-Based Cost Management in Government , author Gary Cokins describes the benefits of a multiple-stage approach that more closely models the actual flow of costs through an...
by Gary Cokins, CPIM, Analytics-Based Performance Management LLC | November 30, 2015
A Simple Way to Understand ABC/M for the Public Sector: Part IIThe modern movement toward managing with a process view has created a growing need for activity-based cost management (ABC/M), which facilitates better managerial and costing data.
by Gary Cokins, CPIM, Analytics-Based Performance Management LLC | November 16, 2015
News and Resources
There are 659 news/resources
ComScore to Restate Results over ‘Nonmonetary’ Revenue
Wall Street Journal - September 15, 2016
Metric of the Month: The Cost of General Accounting
CFO.com - September 8, 2016
Bolster Your Data Defenses
Journal of Accountancy - September 1, 2016
5 Reasons Your Small Business Needs an Accountant
Accounting Today - August 24, 2016
How to Stop Expense Reimbursement Fraud
CGMA Magazine - August 23, 2016
Michael Izza: Flexibility Is Key
Economia - August 19, 2016
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