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Adinda Putri Nursa’adah (09121003)

Azhary Pramono (09121023)


Definisi : Suatu proses identifikasi, pengukuran, pencatatan, dan pelaporan transaksi ekonomi (keuangan) dari suatu daerah (propinsi,kabupaten, atau kota) yang dijadikan informasi dalam rangka pengambilan keputusan ekonomi oleh pihak-pihak yang memerlukan dan menggunakan sistem pencatatan dasar akuntansi tertentu.

Tujuan pelaporan keuangan pemerintah :

• Akuntabilitas

Mempertanggungjawabkan pengelolaan sumber daya serta pelaksanaan kebijakan yang dipercayakan kepada unit organisasi pemerintah dalam rangka pencapaian tujuan yang telah ditetapkan melalui laporan keuangan pemerintah secara periodik;

• Manajerial

Menyediakan informasi keuangan yang berguna untuk perencanaan dan pengelolaan keuangan pemerintah serta memudahkan pengendalian yang efektif atas seluruh aset, hutang, dan ekuitas dana.

• Transparansi

Menyediakan informasi keuangan yang terbuka bagi masyarakat dalam rangka mewujudkan penyelenggaraan pemerintahan yang baik. Laporan keuangan pemerintah yang selanjutnya disebut sebagai laporan pertanggungjawaban merupakan hasil proses akuntansi atas transaksitransaksi keuangan pemerintah. Laporan pertanggungjawaban untuk tujuan umum, terdiri dari laporan perhitungan anggaran, neraca, laporan arus kas dan nota perhitungan anggaran. Tidak tertutup kemungkinan laporan keuangan dapat dikembangkan untuk tujuan khusus.

Dasar Hukum

Akuntansi dan pelaporan keuangan pemerintah harus menunjukkan ketaatan terhadap peraturan perundang-undangan, antara lain :

• Undang-Undang Dasar Republik Indonesia khususnya yang mengatur mengenai keuangan negara;

• Indische Comptabiliteitswet (ICW) / Undang-Undang Perbendaharaan Indonesia (UUPI);

• Undang-undang APBN;

• Peraturan…...

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