Presentation on theme: "National Standard Chart of Accounts Financial Reporting Roundtable Julie-Anne Mee Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS)"— Presentation transcript:
National Standard Chart of Accounts Financial Reporting Roundtable Julie-Anne Mee Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS)
National Standard Chart of Accounts National SCOA is endorsed in a number of reviews –National –State based Accounts and data definitions –Inclusions –Exclusions –Covers “sub” sectors – eg human services, arts & entertainment, environmental Benefits well documented Julie-Anne Mee ACPNS
National Standard Chart of Accounts Common factor – Red tape reduction Commenced in Queensland in 2002 July 2006 – Queensland May 2007 – New South Wales November 2008 – Western Australian with pilot groups by 1 July 2009 and proposed Implementation 1 July 2010 November 2009 – Victoria – full implementation 1 July 2010 December 2009 – COAG – NFP Sub-Committee Consultation draft for feedback April 2010 – COAG implementation for Qld, NSW, WA & Vic by 1 July 2010 & other jurisdictions 1 July 2011 Sept 2010 to May 2011 – South Australia, Tasmania & Northern Territory – discussions and inclusion into draft version – yet to be endorsed by BRCWG & COAG October – November 2011 – ACT, SBR & how this fits together Julie-Anne Mee ACPNS
National Standard Chart of Accounts Linkage with SBR – mapping exercise commenced – estimate no more than 5% of elements may need detailed “negotiation” – 60% clean match, 30% partial match, 5% “new” Propose that SBR and ACT Directorate of Communities – a proof of concept – re report once by the NFP, use often – many funders use the reported information Items with questions: work cover harmonisation, fundraising harmonisation – larger than NSCOA Julie-Anne Mee ACPNS
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