The Application of Accounting Standards in Government Accounting Accrual Basis: Health Laboratory Center for Makassar

Andi Asirah, Andi Ratna Sari

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to analyze the constraints in the implementation of Government Accounting Standards (SAP) based on the accrual basis as well as to analyze the efforts made to overcome the existing obstacles in the implementation of Government Accounting Standards (SAP) based on the accrual basis. The Indonesian Governmental Accounting Standards Committee (KSAP) has compiled the Government Accounting Standards (SAP) accrual established by Government Regulation Number. 64 of 2013 replacing by the Government Regulation Number 71 of 2010. With the enactment of Government Regulation No. 64 of 2013, the application of accrual-based government accounting standards already have a legal basis. The enactment of Government Regulation No. 64 Year 2013 on Government Accounting Standards (SAP) based on the accrual basis brought major changes in the financial reporting system in Indonesia, which is a change from Cash Basis Accrual Basis Full towards the recognition of government financial transactions. Health laboratory center for Makassar has implemented Cash to Accrual (CTA) in 2011 until 2013.Implemented government accounting standards (SAP) based on the accrual basis in the accrual-based financial statements in 2014 is a qualified opinion (WDP ) acquired by the Health laboratory center for Makassar on The Audit Board of The Republic Indonesia (BPK) audit report on the financial statements 2016 illustrate unmet reasonable levels of information presented for a particular item. From the research will be found two (2) factors; Regional Working Unit (SKPD) Health Laboratory Center for Makassar obstacles encountered in implementing accrual-based government accounting system (SAP), human resources financial managers, and human resource asset managers who often alternated. In this study, researchers found the effort / solution by the Health Laboratory Center for Makassar on obstacles in implementing accrual-based SAP in the preparation of financial statements, namely: education and training.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ber.v9i4.15587

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