RubinBrown is a recognized leader in providing services to public sector organizations. Through our extensive list of clients we serve, as well as our involvement in associations and professional organizations at the local, regional and national levels, we understand the issues unique to state and local governments.
RubinBrown’s commitment to quality is demonstrated through our membership in the AICPA Governmental Audit Quality Center. This firm-based voluntary membership center is designed to help CPAs meet the challenges of performing quality audits in the unique and complex public sector industry.
The Public Sector Services Group provides services to a broad spectrum of government organizations, including city and county governments, institutions of higher education, local public school districts, state governments and political districts such as public libraries, municipal utility districts and fire districts.
Our public sector team includes experienced professionals all of whom are well trained in the financial reporting and audit requirements as promulgated in:
- Government Accounting Standards Board
- Government Audit Standards, issued by the Comptroller General of the United States
- Single Audit Act Amendments of 1996 and OMB's Uniform Guidance
RubinBrown is committed to staying active within the industry, which helps us remain current on all new issues.
We are active members and frequent speakers at the national and regional Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) chapters.
Our staff are associate members of the national GFOA, including the Special Review Committee of the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Program, the Association of Government Accountants and special industry related committees of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
2016 Public Sector Stats
This analysis has been created in order to provide a comprehensive report of key government-wide, governmental and
general fund financial statistics for the regions we serve so that cities may compare how they are doing relative to other
municipal governments in their region and identify trends occurring in their communities.
This study includes results for municipalities in the St. Louis, Kansas City and Denver metropolitan areas. Additionally, for the first time, cities throughout the state of Tennessee have been included in our survey.