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A resource for accounting majors.

Selected U.S. Government Organizations

Accounting offices at the SEC are organized such that the Commission has an Office of the Chief Accountant that is responsible for establishing and enforcing accounting and auditing policy. Additionally, the Divisions of Corporation Finance, Enforcement, and Investment Management each have a Chief Accountant's Office that supports that Division.

Handles accounting and reporting for all federal agencies.

A bureau of the U.S. Treasury, FinCen's goal is to safeguard the financial system and promote national security through the collection, analysis and dissemination of financial intelligence.

An independent, non-partisan agency that works for Congress and  whose goal is to investigate how the federal government spends taxpayer money.  Also produces The Yellow Book which provides a framework for conducting high quality audits.

Administers and enforces federal revenue law. 

A nonpartisan committee of the United States Congress, with an experienced professional staff of economists, attorneys, and accountants, that assists Members of both houses of Congress on tax legislation.

An organization of the CFOs and Deputy CFOs of the largest Federal agencies, senior officials of the Office of Management and Budget, and the Department of the Treasury who work collaboratively to improve financial management in the U.S. Government.

Offers a national forum to resolve disputes between taxpayers and the Internal Revenue Service.