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    Learn how the (pending) FASAB accounting standards may significantly impact how public-private partnerships (P3s) are reported in financial statements.

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New Blog: Organizational Culturehttps://acga.theiia.org/new-blog-organizational-cultureNew Blog: Organizational CulturePerspectives on the Public Sector is pleased to present guest blogger Mara Ash. For government entities, organizational culture often means “that’s the way we’ve always done it,” says federal compliance specialist Mara Ash.<img alt="New Blog: Organizational Culture" src="/about/news/PublishingImages/blog-new.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
Results From March Quick Pollhttps://acga.theiia.org/results-from-march-quick-pollResults From March Quick PollEach month, we ask our members questions that focus on topics important to auditors within the public sector.<img alt="ACGA Quick Poll" src="/about/news/PublishingImages/ACGA-Quick-Poll.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
Customize Your Experience with My IIA Portalhttps://acga.theiia.org/customize-your-experience-with-my-iia-portalCustomize Your Experience with My IIA PortalDuring this, our 75th anniversary year, The IIA is pleased to introduce My IIA, an online tool to manage and customize your membership experience. Update your profile, manage your communication preferences, review your activity with The IIA, and read the latest IIA news all in one place.<img alt="My IIA" src="/about/news/PublishingImages/ACGA-My-IIA.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />
Online Training Helps Auditors Identify Performance Problemshttps://acga.theiia.org/online-training-helps-auditors-identify-performance-problemsOnline Training Helps Auditors Identify Performance ProblemsThe American Center for Government Auditing (ACGA) will host a three-day online training, Analytical Tools for Operational and Performance Auditing, beginning on April 21.<img alt="" src="/about/news/PublishingImages/ACGA-Webinar-110x130.png" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />


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Welcome to the ACGA, the premier resource for auditors in the public sector. Supported by The IIA — the internal audit profession’s global voice, recognized authority, acknowledged leader, chief advocate, and principal educator — the ACGA was established to provide public sector auditors with low-cost, high-quality professional development; networking opportunities for knowledge sharing among public sector stakeholders; and ongoing, timely, and relevant reporting on trends, benchmarking, and thought leadership in the profession. The ACGA is committed to advancing the professional practice of auditing in the public sector by aggregating industry news, innovations, and key insights into a singular resource. Learn more or check out our frequently asked questions.



eWorkshop: Emerging Issues and Best Practices in Government Auditinghttps://acga.theiia.org/eworkshop-emerging-issues-and-best-practices-in-government-auditing2016-05-10T17:00:00Z<h1>​eWorkshop: Emerging Issues and Best Practices in Government Auditing​​</h1>eWorkshop: Emerging Issues and Best Practices in Government Auditing
eWorkshop: Risk Based Annual Audit Planning for Maximum Impacthttps://acga.theiia.org/eworkshop-risk-based-annual-audit-planning-for-maximum-impact2016-06-14T18:00:00Z<h1>​eWorkshop: ​​Risk Based Annual Audit Planning for Maximum Impact</h1>eWorkshop: Risk Based Annual Audit Planning for Maximum Impact
eWorkshop: Using Excel to Extract, Analyze, and Report on Audit Sampleshttps://acga.theiia.org/eworkshop-using-excel-to-extract-analyze-and-report-on-audit-samples2016-07-19T17:00:00Z<h1>​eWorkshop: Using Excel to Extract, Analyze and Report on Audit Samples​</h1>eWorkshop: Using Excel to Extract, Analyze, and Report on Audit Samples