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Today we issued an exposure draft containing proposed updates to Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards, also known as the “Yellow Book.” We invite your comments on the proposed changes, which reflect developments in the accounting and auditing profession.
The Yellow Book is the book of standards and guidance for auditors and audit organizations, outlining the requirements for audit reports, professional qualifications for auditors, and audit organization quality control.
The 2017 Yellow Book Exposure Draft represents a modernized version of the standards.
Some of the key proposed changes include: Yellow Book revisions undergo an extensive process, including consideration of all public comments and input from the Yellow Book Advisory Council—made up of experts from federal, state, and local governments; the private sector; and academia. The 2017 Yellow Book Exposure Draft is available on our Yellow Book webpage.
This is why you may not see the changes you make right away.
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When I refresh the page, all the correct information is there, but the wrong information is returned in the initial call from the database/EF. I assume that a refresh of the page uses a different code path, which would explain why it is working there.
And, as I've said, it's gotten worse in that sometimes even changing the preview to "texture" then back to "Iray", it won't update Iray to reflect the changes. It's making it EXTREMELY difficult to create textures and shader settings when Iray refuses to update to reflect changes made.The comment period runs from April 5, 2017 through July 6, 2017, and we’ll be posting all comment letters to our Yellow Book webpage as they’re received and reviewed. The first line shows that you have caching enabled for your Joomla, and the second line shows that the cache time is set to 15 minutes.Hands up if you only dust off your CV once a job deadline is looming?
In a rush to get the CV posted off, it’s tempting just to shoehorn in your last job at the top and hope for the best.It’s easy to forget all those great achievements you kept meaning to put on your CV some day.