Welcome to the American Accounting Association Government and Nonprofit Section (GNP) home page.
The objectives of the GNP section are:
- To foster basic and applied research in financial and managerial accounting, as well as auditing, for government and nonprofit organization; and
- To improve the quality of accounting, financial reporting and auditing in these organizations through advances in teaching, research and service.
The section maintains this website to aid in the achievement of the Section's objectives.
2014 GNP Midyear Meeting Presentations:
- What's Up at the AAA?
Speaker: Christine Botosan, President-Elect, American Accounting Association
- GASB Update
Speaker: David Bean, Director of Research and Technical Activities, Government Accounting Standards Board
- Audit Issues Related to GASB Statements No. 67 and No. 68
Speaker: Jeff Markert, KPMG Partner
- Lunch with Speaker
David Vaudt, Chairman of the Government Accounting Standards Board
- FASB Not-For-Profit Update
Speaker: Jeff Mechanick, Assistant Director, Financial Accounting Standards Board
- GASB Statement No. 34 Reexamination
Speaker: Dean Mead, Research Manager, Governmental Accounting Standards Board
- Research Panel — FASB, GASB
Moderator: Terry Patton, Midwestern State University
Dean Mead, GASB Research Manager
Kim Petrone, FAF PIR Director
Cullen Walsh, FASB Assistant Director
Using Archival Data Sources to Conduct Nonprofit Accounting Research
This paper discusses nonprofit data sources, data issues, and potential remedies for such problems.
Call for Papers: Healthcare and Nonprofit Organizations
GASB Survey—Reporting by Agent Multiple-Employer Pension Plans
Australian Journal Rankings
Journal of Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting
The Government and Nonprofit section of the American Accounting Association announces a new academic journal, the Journal of Governmental & Nonprofit Accounting (JOGNA). JOGNA's objectives are to promote, publish, and elevate the quality of research in the governmental and nonprofit accounting areas.
GNP Section New Journal Business Plan and Budget
Top 5 Reasons Government Accounting Provides a Great Career
Fall 2013 Newsletter