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David Mosso

Chairman

FASAB

HQ Phone:  (202) 737-6600

Email: m***@***.gov

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FASAB

441 G St NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, 20548

United States

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http://www.edu-doc.com/k-51473827.html

FASAB Bids Chairman David Mosso a Fond Farewell .. 2
FASAB Welcomes New Board Member ... 2 FASAB Bids Chairman David Mosso a Fond On November 16th, David Mosso chaired his final public board meeting and on December 31, 2006 he will conclude his ten year term as chairman. Mr. Mosso served as Fiscal Assistant Secretary at the US Department of the Treasury from 1975 until 1977. In that capacity, he played a key role in developing prototype consolidated financial reports for the government. To support that effort, he participated in the Advisory Committee on Federal Consolidated Financial Statements from late 1975 until late 1977. This committee of experts from outside the government was asked Board (FASAB), David Mosso, announced today that Norwood J. Mr. Mosso noted that Mr. Jackson's extensive federal experience combined with his


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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.
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. 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

[1] Letter from Secretary of Defense to Mr. David Mosso, Chairman, Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board, May 15, 1998.
Attached. 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. 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. Mr. David Mosso Chairman Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board 441 G Street, NW, Suite 3B18 Washington, DC 20548


http://www.agacgfm.org/Events---CPE/Audio-Conferences/AGA-Audio-Conference-CDs.aspx

David Mosso, Chairperson, FASAB; Tom Allen, Former Chairperson, GASB; Robert Attmore, Chairperson, GASB


Accounting Concepts and Emerging

To discuss these issues are David Mosso, who will be concluding his ten-year term as chairperson of FASAB at the end of 2006, Tom Allen, former chairperson of GASB and Mr. Mosso's planned successor at FASAB, and Robert Attmore, current chairperson at GASB.To discuss these issues are David Mosso, who will be concluding his ten-year term as chairperson of FASAB at the end of 2006, Tom Allen, former chairperson of GASB and Mr. Mosso's planned successor at FASAB, and Robert Attmore, current chairperson at GASB.


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