Public Sector Accounting Board
Volunteer Opportunity – Public Sector Accounting Board
June 22, 2018. AcSOC is seeking new members to appoint to PSAB! We are looking for academics, auditors, financial statement preparers, not-for-profit sector professional, all levels of government, economics, and others! Applications are due August 31, 2018.
Shaping the Future – PSAB 2017-2018 Annual Report
June 20, 2018. We advanced major strategies in 2017-2018: our Concepts Underlying Financial Performance project, reviewing our current approach toward International Public Sector Accounting Standards, and looking closely at the complexities of government not-for-profit organizations, amongst others. Read about our year in our Annual Report.
Public Sector Conference – October 22-23, 2018
June 18, 2018. The Public Sector Conference offers innovative sessions, thought-provoking panels, and captivating keynote speeches. Hear from our own Michael Puskaric (PSAB Director) and Charles-Antoine St-Jean (PSAB Chair) who are participating as speakers at the two-day event in Ottawa. Register today!
In Brief – PSAB’s Recent Decision on Financial Instruments – Subsequent Issues
June 6, 2018. This In Brief provides a plain and simple overview of PSAB’s March 2018 decision on the applicability of financial instruments, foreign currency, and related standards. Learn more about the decision and where we go from here.
PSAB Meeting Agenda – June 21-22, 2018
June 4, 2018. At its upcoming meeting, the Board will discuss a number of topics including, Revenue, Financial instruments, Employee benefits, and Not-for-Profit Strategy.
Major projects move ahead – PSAB releases documents for comment on its Conceptual Framework, Reporting Model and International Strategy proposals
May 28, 2018. PSAB released several documents for comment on topics that will impact stakeholders for decades to come. We want to hear from you! To support you in providing feedback, we are doing extensive outreach and have issued numerous plain language resources – from In Brief documents for specific stakeholder groups, podcasts, and summary comparisons. Stay tuned for more!
Statement of Principles – A Revised Reporting Model for the Canadian Public Sector
May 28, 2018. Weigh in on proposals for a new reporting model! PSAB has issued a Statement of Principles proposing a revised reporting model for the Canadian public sector. Stakeholders are encouraged to submit their responses by November 28, 2018.
Statement of Concepts – A Revised Conceptual Framework for the Canadian Public Sector
May 28, 2018. Proposed new concepts for the Canadian public sector! PSAB has issued a Statement of Concepts proposing a revised conceptual framework and it wants your input. Stakeholders are encouraged to submit their responses by November 28, 2018.
Consultation Paper – Reviewing PSAB’s Approach to International Public Sector Accounting Standards
May 28, 2018. This Consultation Paper introduces the criteria PSAB will use to make a decision on its future international strategy and illustrates the application of the criteria through four possible options. Stakeholders are encouraged to submit their responses by September 28, 2018.
AcSOC Meeting Agenda – June 7-8, 2018
May 24, 2018. Our June meeting will be packed with presentations on the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board’s activities and procedures, cryptocurrencies and blockchain, the AcSB’s Draft Framework for Reporting Performance measures, and much more. Check out the agenda today and be sure to register as a public observer – either in-person or via livestream!
PSA Discussion Group Meeting Agenda – June 4, 2018 LIVESTREAMED!
May 11, 2018. The Group will discuss a number of topics, including PSAB’s proposals for a revised conceptual framework and reporting model for the Canadian public sector, PSAB’s international strategy Consultation Paper, public liability claims and municipal lot levies. Attend in person or register to participate via livestream.
PSAB Annual Plan – 2018-2019
April 9, 2018. This Annual Plan sets out the Board’s key activities and project milestones in 2018-2019, helping to achieve the objectives in its three year strategic plan.