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Matt Bohdan named to the advisory council on Standards for Internal Control in the Federal Government

March 2, 2023 / 1 min read

Principal Matt Bohdan has been appointed to serve on the Comptroller General’s Advisory Council on Standards for Internal Control in the Federal Government.

We’re pleased to announce Matt Bohdan, principal in Plante Moran’s risk management practice, has been appointed to the Comptroller General’s Advisory Council on Standards for Internal Control in the Federal Government. In this role, Matt will use his expertise and insight to help revise and update the “Green Book,” which sets the standards for effective internal controls for federal agencies.

The council is intended to foster discussion and collaboration among experts that are knowledgeable in internal control standards and related subjects. As a risk management and public sector specialist, Matt’s contributions will help improve the control framework federal entities use to operate efficiently, report reliable information, and comply with applicable laws and regulations.

“I have no doubt that Matt will leverage his risk management and internal controls experience to make significant contributions to the Comptroller General’s Advisory Council,” said Plante Moran Partner Mike Riffel. “Matt is an incredible problem-solver and is known for challenging the ‘that’s how we’ve always done it’ mindset. I’m excited to see the impact he’ll have on the Green Book.”

Thank you, Matt, for representing Plante Moran and sharing your expertise and insights on a national level. 

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