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Managerial Cost Accounting Practices: Leadership and Internal Controls Are Key to Successful Implementation
Robert E. Martin (au)
The Fed. Financial Management Improvement Act of 1996 required, among other things, Chief Financial Officers Act agencies’ systems to comply substantially with fed. accounting standards & fed. financial management systems requirements. Managerial cost accounting involves the accumulation & analysis of financial & non-financial data, resulting in the allocation of costs to organizational pursuits such as performance goals, programs, activities, & outputs. The GAO determined the extent to which fed. agencies develop cost information & use it for managerial decision making. This report summarizes the results of a study as provided to the Dept. of Labor & the Dept. of Vet. Affairs. Charts & tables.
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