Comment Letters - XBRL
As a private organization serving a broad public interest, the FASB has adopted an open decision-making process that permits considerable interaction between the Board and its constituents. This interaction takes many forms. One major part of interaction is in the form of comment letters. Comment letters are received from constituents in response to Discussion Papers, Exposure Drafts, and other discussion documents that are released to the public for comment.
Comment letters, which become an important part of a project's public record, are an important source of information regarding constituents' views on and experiences related to issues raised in a discussion document.
Questions about comment letters should be directed to: email@example.com