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Articles from Armed Forces Comptroller (March 22, 2011)

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Achieving fiscal sustainability in an era of persistent conflict: a leadership challenge! Protecting America's national security interests while simultaneously achieving substantial savings for the nation. Horlander, Thomas A. 3321
Army moving to compliance with the chief financial officers act. Jones, Kristyn E.; Distasio, Frank A. 1557
ASMC congratulates the following individuals who successfully completed their Certified Defense Financial Manager exams in the first quarter of calendar year 2011. 954
Cost and accountability shape lessons learned from ERP system implementations: how does one go forward to ensure increased financial management accountability in the department of defense? One option is to look to the past. ... Goodman, John; Greer, Kevin; Babcock, Chris 2528
Deepwater horizon response 2010. Millican, James "Brett" 4720
Desert eagle chapter members' support to Iraq transition: operation new dawn. 825
From the executive director. Tucker, Alvin 267
From the National President. Roth, John 141
GUAM. 138
Marine Corps audit journey: a look back and a lead forward: the Marine Corps leads the way to audit readiness with a determination that will not allow anything less than an unqualified financial statement audit opinion. Hardisson, Alex 1483
Member perspective. Interview 1868
Nonappropriated funds what, why, and how ... nonappropriated funds (NAFs)--what are they? Erck, Wally 1594
Pikes peak. 145
Realizing the goals of the CFO act: ERP is a cornerstone in DoD's financial management structure. Khan, Asif A. 2703
Test your knowledge questions & answers. 449
The department of the navy's journey to auditability: financial auditability has sailed on troubled seas, but DON's financial management planners have a strategy to calm the waters. Taitano, Dennis J. 2631
Washington. 131
What are we talking about? CFO. 303
When it comes to financial systems development, sometimes measuring twice is not enough: a carpentry project leads to an introspective study of what it takes to build a complex defense financial system that will stand the test of time. Urick, Steve 2135

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