National Not-for-Profit Industry Conference

Sarah Woodman, Global events journalist
May 20, 2011 /

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants is going to hold a National Not-For-Profit Industry Conference on June 9-10, 2011 in Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC.

The event aims to bring together industry experts and let them share deep insights into the hottest management and operations issues that are facing NFPs today.

A pre-conference will be held on June 8, 2011. Some topics that will be discussed in it are 101 Performing Risk Assessments and Designing Internal Controls, Relationship between ERM, COSO and Auditing Standards, Designing Grant Management Systems and Monitoring, Cost Allocation: Spread the Wealth, Single Audit Sampling: What You Should Know, Effective Audit Committee Structure for ERM. Single Audit Sampling: Applying Appropriate and The Best of Boards: Sound Governance & Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations.

On the other hand, topics in the main conference will be Navigating Fair Value Standards & Understanding New Requirements and Best Practices in Complying with Existing Requirements, What’s Gonna Happen Next? Financial Markets & Healthcare Reform, IRS Employment Tax Audit Initiative, Changing Our World: Revenue Enhancements & Cost Reduction, Not-for-Profit Audit Risk Alert, Financial Statements that Really Communicate, Best Practices Regarding Reporting Responsibilities for Alternative Investments, State Taxes, Registrations, and Other Adventures in Nonprofit Risk Management, Affordable Housing: Accounting & Auditing Issues, Compensation: Perks, Planning & Pitfalls and Private Foundation Tax Traps.

The keynote presentation will be about Leveraging Success: Synergistic Nonprofit Partnerships and it will be delivered by The Bill & Melinda Gates Global Health Program Senior Advisor Cheryl Scott and The Rotary Foundation’s International Polio Plus Committee Chair Robert S. Scott.

Invited to attend the seminar are individuals in the financial management of not-for-profits as well as CPAs, accountants, consultants, attorneys, and auditors with NFP clients, and those seeking CPE credits in the non-profit arena.

 

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