Key Policy IssuesThe FAF, FASB and GASB monitor, assess and comment on a range of public policy issues related to accounting, financial reporting, and standard-setting issues. Those issues include the future of international accounting standard-setting, the accounting policy concerns of private companies and their stakeholders, and other matters of concern... >> More
Congressional TestimonyStatements and testimony provided to U.S. Congress on issues related to accounting, financial reporting, and standard-setting. >> More
Regulatory Agencies & Standard SettersThe FAF, FASB and GASB keep in regular communication with many agencies and organizations with a shared interest in the improvement of accounting, financial reporting, and standard-setting. Groups include U.S. regulatory agencies and many international standard setting and advisory bodies. >> More
- Key Policy Issues FAF, FASB & GASB monitor, assess and comment on a wide range of public policy issues
- Comment Letters The FAF weighs in on issues that affect U.S. standard setting.
- Congressional Testimony Testimony presented to U.S. Congress on issues related to standard-setting
- Regulatory Agencies & Standard Setters Agencies and organizations with involvement/interest in the work of FAF, FASB, and GASB
As part of their responsibilities, the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF), the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), and the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) monitor, assess and comment on a wide range of public policy issues.
Key Policy Issues
The FAF provides input to regulators and other policymakers on important issues that impact standard setting in the U.S.
Leaders of the FAF, FASB, and GASB are called upon to comment on issues and policy questions related to standard-setting in public speaking appearances and online commentaries.
Regulatory Agencies & Standard Setters
Agencies with regulatory and self-regulatory responsibilities; also, standard setting & advisory bodies outside the U.S.