Should governments provide more information on their economic conditions? How should changes in the fair value of government investments be measured? Is the Statement 34 reporting model working well enough?Such questions being crucial to financial reporting by government entities, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board has put out a call for proposals for research projects. Offering up to $5,000 per project, the board is seeking input on several questions relating to three general issues:

* The new financial reporting model promulgated in Statement 34;

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