2019 ENCATC Round Table

Brussels, Belgium

Hassan Ouda

Professor, Faculty of Management Technology, German University in Cairo, Eygpt

Hassan Ouda is a professor of Accounting and public sector accounting at German University in Cairo (GUC). Prof. Ouda is an International Expert in public/Government sector accounting and budgeting reform and has many years of advising the governmental organizations through the managerial and technical changes required to achieve greater value, accountability, transparency and performance. In March 14, 2013 he is appointed as one of the seven highly qualified members of International Public Sector Accounting Standards Committee- ICGFM-USA. This committee is responsible for reviewing and response to the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS). In January 2015, he has appointed as the Editor of International Journal on Government Financial Management-USA. In June, 2015 he is appointed as a board member of CIGAR (International Comparative Government Accounting Research). He is the Co-founder of the ICPSG (International Center of Public Sector Governance), which is located in Malaysia and Indonesia and includes accounting and finance academicians from various countries, including Egypt, England, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Russia and Korea.

Prof. Ouda developed (2001 and 2004) the Basic Requirements Model (BRM) for successful implementation of accrual accounting in the public sector. The BRM has been used by the United Nations in 2005 in order to determine the Key Success Factors of the adoption of full accrual accounting in United Nations Organizations.