Fiscal Year 2005 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 2005 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, 2005 and 2004, and the associated reports on internal control and compliance with significant laws and regulations.
All files below are in PDF format.
Complete FY 2005 Financial Report (PDF, 154 pages)
- Table of Contents (PDF, 3 pages)
- Message from the Secretary of the Treasury and Management's Discussion and Analysis (PDF, 25 pages)
- GAO Comptroller General's Statement (PDF, 4 pages)
- Financial Statements (PDF, 10 pages)
- Stewardship Information (PDF, 40 pages)
- Notes to the Financial Statements (PDF, 48 pages)
- Supplemental Information and Appendix (PDF, 6 pages)
- GAO Auditor's Report (PDF, 20 pages)
Related GAO Publications
- Fiscal Year 2005 U.S. Government Financial Statements: Sustained Improvement in Federal Financial Management Is Crucial to Addressing Our Nation's Financial Condition and Long-term Fiscal Imbalance
- GAO-06-406T March 1, 2006
- Summary (HTML) Highlights Page (PDF) Full Report (PDF, 33 Pages) Accessible Text
- Financial Audit: Significant Internal Control Weaknesses Remain in Preparing the Consolidated Financial Statements of the U.S. Government
- GAO-06-415 April 21, 2006
- Summary (HTML) Highlights Page (PDF) Full Report (PDF, 65 Pages) Accessible Text
- Understanding the Primary Components of the Annual Financial Report of the United States Government
- GAO-05-958SP September 1, 2005
- Summary (HTML) Full Report (PDF, 28 Pages) Accessible Text