Notes to Financial Statements

November 2009
GAO Reports;11/13/2009, p106
Government Documents
The article presents the notes to the financial statements of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) in the U.S. It states that the notes includes the summary of significant accounting policies, intragovernmental costs and exchange revenue and funds with the U.S. Treasury. It also includes notations for property and equipment net, liabilities not covered by the budgetary resources and the federal employee benefits.


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