CGFM Course 3: Governmental Financial Management and Control

Learn various financial management functions and controls required of government financial managers.

Learning Objectives

This course covers:

  • Basics of cash management and investment management
  • Managing credit programs and collecting government debts
  • Procurement in government
  • Inventory and supply management systems
  • Financial management systems
  • Applying various financial and managerial analysis techniques
  • Objectives of internal control, including GAO and COSO objectives
  • Considerations and risks involving internal control
  • Responsibilities of management and auditors for internal control
  • How to apply and evaluate internal controls
  • Objectives, uses, and elements and characteristics of performance measures
  • Types of government audits and their objectives
  • Standards for auditors and audits
  • Responsibilities of management and auditors in the audit process
  • Components of the Single Audit Act

Related Courses

  • Internal Controls for Auditors — Assessing Risk and Controls in Government Audits
  • Internal Controls for Managers and Staff — Running an Effective Government Organization 
  • Internal Controls in the Federal Government — Understanding A-123 
  • Field(s) of Study

    Auditing (Governmental)

    Course Length

    2 days

    Course Level

    Basic

    Instructor(s)

    Various

    CPE Hours

    16

    Group Cost

    $7,000
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