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Army Fiscal Law Training


    • Fiscal law is relevant to the U.S. Army because it is involved in the distribution of public money. Federal funds are made available to the U.S. army through appropriation acts, which must be closely monitored by administrators.


    • The army employs certifying officers who are responsible for ensuring that all payments made by the federal government to the U.S. Army are legal. Since certifying officers are liable for any payments that they certify, fiscal law training is a strong asset.


    • As of May 2007, only 56 per cent of U.S. Army certifying officers had completed fiscal law training. The Army requires all of its certifying officers to undergo such training. Training is available through the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps.

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