The Governmental Accounting Standards Board has a host of complex projects on the docket for 2008. The first half of the year will see a few new documents, while the second half will entail mostly discussions.

Two of the board's most interesting projects deal with the way governments report their service efforts and accomplishments -- in other words, their success in doing what they are supposed to do.

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