GASB Revisions and Impacts for Organizations

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June 25, 2020 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

Revisions introduced by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) will significantly change accounting and reporting requirements for organizations.

Join us for an on-demand webcast addressing important changes to GASB 84, 87, and 91 and their potential impacts on fiduciary activities, debt, leases, and more. We’ll also cover methods for implementing the changes and provide insight into what you can do to prepare for adoption.



Ashley Osten, Partner, Moss Adams

Ashley has practiced public accounting since 2005. She provides accounting, auditing, and consulting services to a wide variety of state and local governments and not-for-profit organizations. She also has experience conducting audits in accordance with Government Auditing Standards and the audit provisions of the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (federal compliance audit). She is a member of the firm’s specialized practices dedicated to serving governmental and non-for-profit entities, and a member of the group’s technical and innovation committees.

Keith Simovic, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Keith has practiced public accounting since 2007. He provides assurance services to clients in the energy and utility, not-for-profit, government, forest products, manufacturing, distribution, and healthcare industries. Keith primarily works with utility companies and has significant experience in advanced utility accounting, derivatives, and power hedging. He is a regular presenter for Northwest Public Power Authority classes on subjects including utility accounting and utility budgeting.

Kevin Mullerleile, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Kevin has practiced public accounting since 1998. His experience includes working with entities such as charities, cities, counties, ports, public colleges and universities, research organizations, state agencies, and other special purpose districts. Kevin has significant experience in reviewing comprehensive annual financial reports as well as conducting governmental audits in accordance with Government Auditing Standards and OMB’s Uniform Guidance. Kevin became a licensed Certified Fraud Examiner in January 2011 and has performed investigations for commercial and tax-exempt entities. He routinely speaks at the Oregon Government Finance Officers Association annual conference, as well as other events. Kevin has volunteered at numerous not-for-profits in Lane County, and is a past treasurer of Pioneer Spirit Habitat for Humanity.

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