Committees

SACA Committees 2016-17.xlsx

  • Accounting Standards And Procedures

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    To promulgate guidelines relative to Accounting and Fiscal Processes and Practices for use by the County Auditors, Controllers and County Financial Officers of the State of California.  To foster and promote uniformity among Counties on the accounting utilization of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles as they relate to California Counties. To promote co-operation and coordinate in the application of fiscal processes and practices between the State Association of County Auditors and the State Controller’s Office. The Committee will be proactive in accomplishing its duties and will keep the Association’s membership informed of the positions taken with respect to accounting and financial matters being considered which will be reflected in the policies and procedures of the Committee, and are to be made part of the official records of the Association.

    The Accounting Standards and Procedures Committee shall, on behalf of the Association, take appropriate action to implement the recommendations and actions of the Committee which may include attending hearings of the Government Accounting Standards Board, the Legislature and other appropriate bodies. It may also include communicating the official position of the Association in writing or orally to members of the GASB, the Legislature, the State Controller or other parties as necessary.

  • Executive Committee

    Description of duties

    To act upon all matters between the regular and special meetings of the Association. To keep the members advised of action of this committee and of their recommendations. To render an annual report of its activities at the annual meeting.

  • Legislative

    Description of duties:

    To solicit legislative proposals from the membership and to develop legislation in response to the needs of the membership in keeping with the purposes of the Association. To review legislative proposals submitted to or referred to the Committee, and to submit legislation to other organizations for their input.

    The Committee will be proactive in accomplishing its duties and will keep the membership informed of the position taken on behalf of the Association with respect to any legislative matters to be considered, as reflected in the policies and procedures of the Legislative Committee, which are made part of the official records of the Association.

    The Legislative Committee shall, on behalf of the Association, take appropriate action to implement the recommendations and actions of the Committee which may include attending hearings of the Legislature in writing or orally to members of the Legislature.

  • Policy And Interpretations Sub Committee

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