All articles in this category pertain to FASAB. FASAB, or the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board, is the advisory committee that regulates generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) for the federal government and its entities.

The board is comprised of nine members. Its mission is to improve federal financial reporting through accounting standards. Any government agency using federal funds reports under FASAB.

Learn more about FASAB below.

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