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PSAS projects | Deloitte CFR

The current status of PSAS projects that are active at this time is shown in the table below. Click on the project you are interested in to find out more about this project and its current status.

One of the PSAB’s objectives is to participate with other standard setters in the development of a single set of high-quality, internationally accepted public sector accounting standards. As a founding member, Canada is very supportive of the International Federation of Accountants' International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board’s (IPSASB’s) work, and continues to engage in, contribute to, and influence its standards development. To that end, PSAB provides in-depth technical support to Canada's members of IPSASB. Recently, at the June 2017 meeting of the AcSOC, the PSAB noted that it is reviewing its international strategy over the 2017-2020 strategic planning period and intends to conduct research on the differences between its standards and the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSASs) and thus learn about the experiences of other jurisdictions that have chosen to adopt IPSASs; it was noted that it might be a challenge for Canada’s sovereign governments to accept these international standards.

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