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Radnor excels in financial reporting, 12 years in a row!

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Radnor Township’s finance department has been recognized for the 12th consecutive year by the Governmental Finance Officers Association (GOFA) for excellence in financial reporting. The township’s Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting is the highest form of recognition in governmental accounting and financial reporting. Township manager Bill White acknowledged the efforts of Finance Director Bob Tate and Assistant Finance Director Amy Lacey in achieving this recognition during a commissioner’s meeting.

Radnor recognized for excellence in financial reporting for 12th consecutive year

By Richard Ilgenfritz | rilgenfritz@mainlinemedianews.com | Main Line Media News

RADNOR — Radnor officials highlighted the township’s finance department last week after it received a prestigious recognition for the 12th consecutive year. During the commissioner’s meeting, Bill White, township manager, said the Governmental Finance Officers Association has recognized the department with its Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting.

“I’d like to recognize Finance Director Bob Tate and Assistant Finance Director Amy Lacey for their efforts and dedication in earning the GOFA Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the 12th consecutive year,” White said in a press release. “They oversee this annual process including adherence to the governmental standards which dictate how governmental accounting transactions are treated, the daily oversight of critical accounting and internal control functions, safeguarding the assets of Radnor Township, both financial and physical, doing so in concert with all of our Departments as we process these transactions together, and in cooperation with our independent auditing firm for compliance review.”

According to a township press release, the Certificate of Achievement is the highest recognition in governmental accounting and financial reporting. Getting the recognition represents a significant accomplishment by a government and its management.

“Their certificate is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and, as such, represents a significant accomplishment by the government and its management,” White said during the commissioners meeting.

Tate thanked the township for mentioning the recognition and gave thanks to the entire department.

“Thank you very much,” Tate said. “It’s truly a team effort, and I want to give thanks to my entire finance department and especially Amy in spearheading this effort, so thank you.”


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