© 2009, 6" x 9" hardcover, 235 pages
Product Code B445
By William G. Arnold, CDFM-A, CCA
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Avoid Violations of the Antideficiency Act!
Antideficiency Act (ADA) violations within both the financial and audit
communities are now at an all-time high. Violations often result from a
lack of knowledge about what is and what is not permissible under the
The Antideficiency Act Answer Book is an easy-to-understand
question-and-answer tool that guides you through all the rules
associated with the Antideficiency Act and helps you detect and report
violations in a timely manner.
Covers all aspects of the
Antideficiency Act, from its history to common violations, penalties for
violation, and reporting requirements
- Includes the tools you need to help avoid Antideficiency Act violations
- Plus! Includes an analysis of all the ADA reports collected by the
Government Accountability Office, summarized by agency, appropriation,
amount, and type of violation.
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Introduction • History of the Antideficiency Act • The Basics • 31 USC 1341-Obligation or Disbursement in Advance or Excess of Appropriation • Other 31 USC 1341 Violations • 31 USC 1517-Obligation or Disbursement in Advance or Excess of Apportionment • 31 USC 1342-The Prohibition against Voluntary Services • Supplemental and Deficiency Appropriations • Augmentation of Appropriations • Penalties for Violations • Reporting Requirements • Analysis of Antideficiency Act Violations, Fiscal Years 2005-2008 • How to Avoid Antideficiency Act Violations • Appendix 1: GAO Database: Antideficiency Act Reports, Fiscal Years 2005-2008 • Appendix 2: ADA Violation Sample Letters to OMB and the President
About the Author
William G. Arnold, CDFM-A, CCA, worked with the Department of Defense for 34 years, over 25 of which he spent in financial management. He has held positions as Budget Officer, Director of Resource Management, Director of Disbursing, and Entitlements Director with the Air Force and the Defense Finance and Accounting Service. Mr. Arnold is also the author of Performance Budgeting: What Works, What Doesn’t and The Prompt Payment Act Answer Book.