In 1994, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board established standards for public employee pension plans. Government and public employers have to report and account for pension benefits costs.However, until recent years, there was no such standard in place for other post-employment benefits for state and local government workers.
Private-sector employers have been required to report OPEBs for over 15 years under FASB Standards 106/158.
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