Cost Accounting Standards Board


Cost Accounting Standards Board
A board established in the USA in 1970 by Congress to promote consistency in cost-accounting practices and to assist in the reporting of actual costs of government contracts. The board's responsibilities were taken over in 1980 by the Government Accounting Office.

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