PwC's report is designed to shed light on the actual and relative financial position and financial posture of states so that stakeholders will have a better understanding of where their state stands as compared to others. Read more
PwC's report is designed to shed light on the actual and relative financial position and financial posture of states so that stakeholders will have a better understanding of where their state stands as compared to others.
The SEC has proposed rules that require disclosure of payments made to governments by resource extraction issuers.
FASB proposes new disclosures for government assistance that may apply to certain arrangements to receive tax benefits.
PwC supports the GASB's proposal to provide guidance on the blending of certain component units.
PwC encourages alignment between the GASB's and FASB's split interest arrangement guidance.
The annual PwC Global State of Information Security® surveyed more than 9,700 security, IT and business executives found that the total number of security incidents detected by respondents climbed to 42.8 million this year, an increase of 48% since 2013. It is imperative that in today’s world of distributed computing and outsourced technologies, businesses and government partners continue to assess their security posture and seek more active ways to defend networks.
PwC supports the GASB's criteria for determining when amortized cost can be used for certain external investment pools.
This report addresses the key questions which we believe are essential for a robust discussion around the active ownership and management of state-owned enterprises.
The enactment of the Chief Financial Officer’s Act (CFO Act) of 1990 and the Government Management Reform Act (GMRA) in 1994 opened a new era of financial management in the Federal government. These two laws meant that Federal Executive Agencies were required by law to prepare financial statements and have them audited by independent auditors. PwC has provided extensive internal control assessments and CFO Audit Act implementation support for two decades. We have served a number of Federal Executive Agencies by helping them succeeded with audit readiness efforts and achieve a sustainable audit opinion.
The DATA Act amends and augments FFATA in order to increase accountability, transparency, accessibility, quality, and standardization in federal spending data. Under the law, each federal agency will report financial and payment information in accordance with government-wide financial data standards, developed and issued by Treasury and OMB. The wide array of reports and data compilations related to spending that currently exist – financial management, payments, budget actions, procurements, grants, and assistance – can be standardized and streamlined.