Fiscal Year 2006 Financial Report of the United States Government

The Secretary of the Treasury, in coordination with the Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), is required annually to submit financial statements for the U.S. government to the President and the Congress. GAO is required to audit these statements.

The FY 2006 Financial Report of the United States Government (Financial Report) published by the Department of the Treasury includes GAO's report on the accompanying U.S. government's consolidated financial statements for the fiscal years ended September 30, 2006 and 2005, and the associated reports on internal control and compliance with significant laws and regulations.

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Complete FY 2006 Financial Report (PDF, 168 pages)

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Related GAO Publications

Fiscal Year 2006 U.S. Government Financial Statements: Sustained Improvement in Federal Financial Management Is Crucial to Addressing Our Nation's Accountability and Fiscal Stewardship Challenges
GAO-07-607T March 20, 2007
Financial Audit: Significant Internal Control Weaknesses Remain in the Preparation of the Consolidated Financial Statements of the U.S. Government
GAO-07-805 July 23, 2007
Fiscal Stewardship: A Critical Challenge Facing Our Nation
GAO-07-362SP January 31, 2007
Understanding the Primary Components of the Annual Financial Report of the United States Government
GAO-05-958SP September 1, 2005
Understanding Similarities and Differences Between Accrual and Cash Deficits
GAO-07-117SP, December 1, 2006
Understanding Similarities and Differences between Accrual and Cash Deficits: Update for Fiscal Year 2006 Note: updates selected information in Understanding Similarities and Differences between Accrual and Cash Deficits (GAO-07-117SP) and should be read in conjunction with that document.
GAO-07-341SP January 22, 2007