Mr. George Scott CGFM, CPA, CGMA

Chairman
Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board

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Mr. Scott joined the Board in 2016 and currently serves as Chairman. Mr. Scott is a retired partner and regional public sector leader from Deloitte LLP. With more than 39 years of experience at Deloitte LLP serving public sector clients, he is well known for his extensive knowledge and experience in state and local government accounting, financial reporting, compliance and auditing related issues and is frequently looked to as a resource for shaping conversations and regulatory guidance in these areas. Mr. Scott has been actively involved in professional and industry organization committees serving in a variety of roles from Task Force Member to Committee Chairman including the American Institute of CPA’s, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board, Association of School Business Officials, Texas Society of CPA’s, and US Government Accountability Office.
Mr. Scott served as the Lead Client Service Partner for the States of Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas and Louisiana accounts as well as Regional Sector Leader, responsible for the Firm’s services to the public sector in the Mid-America Region. During his career with Deloitte LLP, Mr. Scott has also served as the National Audit Partner for K-12 Education Services ,the National Leader for Services to Local Government and Higher Education, US representative on the Deloitte’s Global Local Government Services Committee, and directed the development of arbitrage rebate services to governments and other organizations in the United States. He is recognized as a specialist in federal and state compliance, regulatory and risk, reporting and auditing and is a frequent speaker on such topics.
Mr. Scott graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Texas Christian University. He is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the State of Texas. He is also a Certified Government Finance Manager and a Chartered Global Management Accountant.

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