Cost Accounting Standards Board Review Panel, Future Role of the Cost Accounting Standards Board, (April 2,1999).
Rudy Schuhbauer, Project Director, Cost Accounting Standards Board, September 26, 2000.
The Cost Accounting Standards Board
(CASB), which is part of the White House Office of Federal Procurement Policy, put out a proposed rule that would force government contractors to make health benefits "nonforfeitable" for employees who retire after working on government contracts.
Most recently she was one of 10 members of an expert panel appointed by the General Accounting Office on behalf of Congress to make recommendations about the Cost Accounting Standards Board (created in 1970 to set uniform standards for accounting for the costs of goods and services that contractors provide).
Perhaps Wilson's highest profile role has been as a member of the expert panel appointed by the GAO to review the Cost Accounting Standards Board.
Cost accounting standards (CAS), established by the Cost Accounting Standards Board
(CASB), have applied to negotiated federal government contracts over $500,000 since the recodified standards were published in the Federal Register on April 17, 1992.
It also develops position statements and responds to papers written by the Cost Accounting Standards Board
, as well as the Defense Contract Audit Agency and the Defense Contract Management Command, two of the most important regulatory bodies for CGB members' companies.
Similarly, FEI's Committee on Government Business (CGB) testified before the Cost Accounting Standards Board
on the Board's role and mission; the Committee on Investment of Employee Benefit Assets (CIEBA) urged the SEC to keep its investment advisor status for pension fund real estate advisors; and the Committee on Government Liaison (CGL) urged the Senate Judiciary Committee to support the Product Liability and the Access to Justice Acts.
According to John Wood, president of Acquisition Analysis Institute of Rockville, Maryland, and an expert on government-related accounting practices, the Cost Accounting Standards Board
was aware during the mid 1970s of the potential confusion in the BV area but avoided the issue because of its complexity.