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Performance and Accountability Report Fiscal Year 2007
Financial Section

Table of Contents | Management | Financial | Auditor | IG | Other

Principal Financial Statements and Related Notes

Photo showing members of the USPTO FY 2006 Performance and Accountability Report team displaying the Certificate of Excellence in Accountability Reporting Award from the Association of Government Accountants.

Excellent Team Work — Members of the USPTO FY 2006 Performance and Accountability Report team display the Certificate of Excellence in Accountability Reporting Award from the Association of Government Accountants. 2006 PAR team members include (seated) Barry Hudson, (standing) Eleanor Meltzer, Jennifer Connelly, Britt Fucito, Candace Yu, Jeanette Kuendel, Jack Buie, Dennis Detar, Shana Willard, John Yandziak, Ali Emgushov, Mariam Hooks, and Judy Grundy.

 

4.2.1  Consolidated Balance Sheets

4.2.2  Consolidated Statements of Net Cost

4.2.3  Consolidated Statements of Changes in Net Position

4.2.4  Combined Statements of Budgetary Resources

4.2.5  Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows (Indirect Method)

4.2.6  Note 1. Summary of Significant Accounting Policies

4.2.7  Note 2. Fund Balance with Treasury

4.2.8  Note 3. Non-Entity Assets

4.2.9  Note 4. Property, Plant, and Equipment, Net

4.2.10  Note 5. Liabilities

4.2.11  Note 6. Deferred Revenue

4.2.12  Note 7. Actuarial Liability

4.2.13  Note 8. Leases

4.2.14  Note 9. Post-Employment Benefits

4.2.15  Note 10. Earmarked Funds 

4.2.16  Note 11. Intragovernmental Costs and Exchange Revenue

4.2.17  Note 12. Program Costs

4.2.18  Note 13. Program Costs by Category and Responsibility Segment

4.2.19  Note 14. Commitments and Contingencies

4.2.20  Note 15. Reconciliation of Net Cost of Operations to Budget

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