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Mr. David Mosso

Wrong David Mosso?

Chairman

FASAB
 
Background

Employment History

  • Chairman
    Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board
  • Vice Chairman (Retired)
    FASB
  • Vice President
    FASB

Board Memberships and Affiliations

37 Total References
Web References
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www.fasab.org, 8 Nov 2013 [cached]
The current FASAB Chairman Dave Mosso and the future Chairman Tom Allen indicated that alternative terminology and alternative balance sheet classification could be considered but the basic reasoning of the document and the liability definition would not be changed.
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The current FASAB Chairman Dave Mosso, the future FASAB Chairman Tom Allen, and the FASAB Executive Director Wendy Comes along with the four federal members expressed support for the idea of issuing a preliminary views document provided that the effective date (FY 2010) for a new standard on accounting for social insurance not be changed.
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Chairman Dave Mosso leaves the board in December 2006 upon completing his ten year term as Chairman.
The Constitution, Situational Ethics & the Phony Debate Over More Defense Spending, August 25, 1998
www.d-n-i.net, 25 Aug 1998 [cached]
[1] Letter from Secretary of Defense to Mr. David Mosso, Chairman, Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board, May 15, 1998. Attached.
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Reference #1 to this Commentary is a 15 May 1998 letter from the Secretary of Defense to Mr. David Mosso, Chairman, of the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB), which I urge readers to examine carefully.
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Finally, even more than Secretary Cohen's letter to David Mosso [ Reference #1], Lynn's argument is based on the fallacious assumption that accounting standards exist for the convenience of the bureaucracy and, therefore, they can and should be changed in the interests of greater bureaucratic efficiency, convenience, and morale.
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Mr. David Mosso Chairman Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board 441 G Street, NW, Suite 3B18 Washington, DC 20548
The Constitution, Situational Ethics & the Phony Debate Over More Defense Spending, August 25, 1998
www.defense-and-society.org, 6 Aug 1998 [cached]
[1] Letter from Secretary of Defense to Mr. David Mosso, Chairman, Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board, May 15, 1998.Attached.
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Reference #1 to this Commentary is a 15 May 1998 letter from the Secretary of Defense to Mr. David Mosso, Chairman, of the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board (FASAB), which I urge readers to examine carefully.
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Finally, even more than Secretary Cohen's letter to David Mosso [Reference #1], Lynn's argument is based on the fallacious assumption that accounting standards exist for the convenience of the bureaucracy and, therefore, they can and should be changed in the interests of greater bureaucratic efficiency, convenience, and morale.
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Mr. David Mosso Chairman Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board 441 G Street, NW, Suite 3B18 Washington, DC 20548
David Mosso, CPA ...
www.agacgfm.org, 23 Sept 2012 [cached]
David Mosso, CPA
Financial Reporting Issues Crowd Agenda - The Finance Professionals' Post
post.nyssa.org [cached]
Others, such as David Mosso, former vice president of FASB and author of Early Warning and Quick Response: Accounting in the 21st Century
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Selling reports in his blog that Mosso described IFRS/GAAP convergence efforts as a collision between two garbage trucks. Mosso explicitly states in his book that GAAP is "broken.
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