Introduction to Public Sector Accounting. What is Public Sector?. Types of Organizations. Organizations. Private sector. Public sector. Non-profit. Profit. Profit. Non-profit. Enterprises (GLCs). Corporations. Foundations, Charities, religious inst. Schools, Hospitals, Army.
Public Sector Accounting
Foundations, Charities, religious inst.
Schools, Hospitals, Army
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
MACPA Guideline No. 1 1990
One person rule
wealthy minority rule
based on a belief in the value of the individual
eg choice of selecting representatives
Rights being protected?
Taking part in politics?
Public interest is a priority?
The ability to get things done
The right to get things done (formal evidence to power)
A group of people, often from a different backgrounds or races, live together and adopt a common identity
the whole apparatus of government that a a nation sets up
A government formed by a group of people, often from a different backgrounds or races, adopt a common identity and live together peacefully (as opposed to artificial state)
A government with a written system (constitution), which incorporate a bills of rights guaranteeing individual freedoms
Basic law of a state that sets out the system of a government
authorization and control
(National Council on Governmental Accounting (NCGA), p.126)