Financial accounting concepts and DoN/DoD financial reporting practice
Barrieault, Robert C.
Moses, Douglas O.
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The objective of this thesis is to assist financial management students at the Naval Postgraduate School to relate the concepts learned in Financial Accounting (MN2150) and Financial Reporting and Analysis (MN4159) to the applications in the DoN/DoD. To accomplish the objective this thesis identified nine basic financial accounting/reporting concepts broadly relevant to all organizational accounting/reporting systems, identified specific DoN/DoN applications of those concepts, and documented the relevance of the concepts to DoN/DoD in a series of essays.
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