The institute said it was launching an online briefing paper to help government authorities produce the Whole of Government Accounts (WGA) announced in last year’s pre-budget report.
The project aims to provide a fully-audited view of the financial position and performance of the entire UK public sector on a true and fair basis.
Dry-runs will take place in 2004/5 and 2005/6 before the first audited and published WGA accounts land on desks for the financial year 2006/7.
The briefing paper is available at The cipfa website
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