Proceedings of: Eleventh Annual International Financial Management Conference - Washington, DC

Good Financial Management is Critical for Strong Governments: Year 2000 and Beyond

October 10-11, 1996
Crystal City Marriott
Arlington, Virginia (USA)
Co-sponsors:
The World Bank
The Association of Government Accountants
Compendium prepared by:
A to Z Business Services, Annapolis, Maryland

Table of Contents

Proceedings of Thursday, October 10, 1996

 

Welcome/Opening Remarks
Jim Hamilton, ICGFM President
Diagnostics of the Year 2000: The Computer
Martha Rudd, Coopers & Lybrand, L.L.P.
The New Audit Approaches of International Lending Institutions
J. Graham Joscelyne, Auditor General, The World Bank
The New Audit Approaches of International Lending Institutions
Eduard Brau, Director of the Office of Internal Audit and Inspection International Monetary Fund
The New Audit Approaches of International Lending Institutions
William Taylor, Auditor General, Inter-American Development Bank
The New Audit Approaches of International Lending Institutions
Panel Discussion - Moderated by William Taylor
Public Financing in the Year 2000 and Beyond
James Martin, Executive Director, Association of State Governors
Economic Development as we Move Toward the 21st Century
Colin Bradford, Assistant Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development
Organizing Accounting Professionals to Promote Good Financial Management: The NASACT Experience
William J. Raftery, State Controller, State of Wisconsin National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers, and Treasurers
Future Public Financing - Consumption Taxes vs Income Taxes
Harry L. Gutman, King & Spalding
Regionalism and the Sharing of Information in the Year 2000 and Beyond
Lynnette Asselin, Project Director, Casals & Associates
Ethics in Accounting
Larry Ponemon, National Director, KPMG Business Ethics Services
Proceedings of Friday, October 11, 1996

 

Financial Management Reforms Facing Emerging Democracies
Oleksandra Kuzhel, Deputy, Parliament of Ukraine
Financial Management Reforms Facing Emerging Democracies
Mihail Manoli, Vice Minister of Finance, Moldova
Financial Management Reforms Facing Emerging Democracies
Panel Discussion - Moderated by Jim Wesberry, World Bank
Current Trends in International Fraud and Money Laundering
Alan Abel, Coopers & Lybrand, L.L.P.
Controlling Corruption
Ronald L. Scheman, U.S. Executive Director, Inter-American Development Bank
Controlling Corruption and Current Trends in International Fraud and Money Laundering
Alan Abel, Coopers & Lybrand, L.L.P.
L. Ronald Scheman, U.S. Executive Director, Inter-American Development Bank
Panel Discussion

 

Reorganizing, Reengineering and Transformation of Public Services for the 21st Century
James Skidmore, Jr., Chairman, President and CEO, Science Management Corp.
Expenditure Control--An Indian Experience
Mira Saxena, Controller General of Accounts, Ministry of Finance Government of India
Comprehensive National Reporting: The Annual Analysis of the State Budget Implementation in Poland
Piotr Kownacki, Vice President of the Supreme Chamber of Control Government of Poland
CPA Firm Roundtable
James Jones, Price Waterhouse, L.L.P.
CPA Firm Roundtable
Paul Stroh, Barents Group, L.L.P.
CPA Firm Roundtable
Ray Harris, Deloitte Touche, L.L.P.
CPA Firm Roundtable
Panel Discussion - Moderated by Jim Durnil, Coopers & Lybrand, L.L.P.
Transparency International's Effort to Combat Corruption In Development
Peter Eigen, Chairman, Board of Directors, Transparency International
Closing Remarks
Jim Hamilton, ICGFM President

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