Karney A. Bras field, partner in charge of our
office in Washington, D.C., receives the Robert
W. King Medal from Fletcher Lutz, president of
the Federal Government Accountants Association.
This award is given to one person eash year
in recognition of service to the organization.
FGAA, with thirty-odd chapters organized in
1950, now has 6,000 - plus members. Mr. Bras-field
is a founding member and a past national
At the Touche, Ross National Auditing Conference held at the University of
Wisconsin, instructors Joseph A. Fillip (Pittsburgh); Stephen A. Find ley (Milwaukee)
joined with Louis A. Werbaneth, Jr., (partner in charge in Pittsburgh);
Phillip B. Foster (Executive office); and instructor Philip R. Vanden Berge
(Grand Rapids) in listening to Thomas M. O'Toole (Denver) recounting a humorous
experience. Two two-week sessions of this conference were held for new
personnel in June.
Touche, Ross managing partner Robert
Beyer has been a frequent speaker on
Management Information Systems in the
Space Age during the past few months.
His next scheduled appearances will be
before National Association of Accountants'
chapters in Pittsburgh, Omaha, Buffalo