GAAS Standards vs. GAGAS Standards
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This paper discusses the different methods of accounting that are being adopted to be used in both the public as well as private sectors. It particularly focuses on generally accepted auditing standards -- GAAS and the generally accepted government auditing standards -- GAGAS. The paper discusses each method and compares their use in private and public sectors.
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