International Practical Seminar The Optimal Use and Implementation of Accrual Accounting and Budgeting in Public Institutions
|English||23.05.2019 - 24.05.2019||This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.||989,- € * until 28.02.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
|Date:||23.05.2019 - 24.05.2019|
|Location:||This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.|
|Price:||989,- € * until 28.02.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
Using Accruals for a Better Organisation
Accrual accounting and budgeting can have a major impact on your efficiency and accountability, but can also lead to an overload of information. Having accruals in place does not automatically translate into the desired benefits. Without a thorough understanding of specificities in the public sector, of the interplay between accounting, budgeting and reporting as well as of decision-making and controlling, the cost of accruals can even surpass their benefits.
- What are the key differences between accruals and a cash basis and how do you adopt accruals along the accounting cycle?
- How do you implement accrual accounting and budgeting within your organisation?
- What are pros and cons of accruals and how do you harvest the benefits for decision-making and managerial control?
- Which challenges might you encounter while implementing accrual accounting and budgeting?
- How do you embed accruals in your business processes and organisational culture?
- How do you have to adjust your data collection and IT systems for a functional accrual system?
- How do you reconcile different reporting structures with IPSAS?
- What role do stakeholders play in the wake of implementing accruals?
All Directors, Heads of Unit and Officers from Departments and Directorates for:
- Internal Oversight
- Monitoring & Evaluation
- Resource Department
- Corporate Management
- General/Central Administration
- Organisational Development
- Quality Management; Quality Assurance
- International, European and national institutions
- All central, regional and European agencies and other public authorities
- National and regional ministries
- Public banks, especially development banks
- Universities, research and education authorities