Borland Benefield has become recognized as an industry leader in the performance of governmental audits throughout the Southeast. With extensive experience in this area, we have addressed and implemented some of the most challenging financial accounting and reporting revisions in our profession.
Borland Benefield specializes in the following:
Borland Benefield has extensive experience in providing all levels of attestation services to a variety of state and local governmental entities, including:
Borland Benefield is a member of the AICPA’s Governmental Audit Quality Center (GAQC). The primary purpose of the GAQC is to promote the importance of quality governmental audits. This voluntary membership enables us to incorporate best practices and high-quality standards for audits performed under Government Auditing Standards and Single audits under the Uniform Guidance (formerly OMB A-133).
Affordable & Low Income Housing
During the more than 40 years of experience conducting auditing work for public housing authorities, Borland Benefield has completed over 1,280 public housing audit engagements.
Needless to say, our firm is thoroughly familiar with HUD’s financial reporting requirements for public housing authorities. Our firm has prepared over 500 FDS submissions since the inception of the FDS system and have performed hundreds of audits under Single audits under the Uniform Guidance (formerly OMB A-133) and Government Auditing Standards.
Our audits comply with all current AICPA Statements on Auditing Standards, the most current Revision of the Government Auditing Standards (Yellow Book), Single audits under the Uniform Guidance (formerly OMB A-133) (where applicable) and Public and Indian Housing Compliance Supplement for annual audits of Public Housing Agencies and Indian Housing Authorities by Independent Auditors in accordance with the Uniform Financial Reporting Standards for HUD housing programs