Vol. 30 Nbr. 3, June - June 2014
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- Correction to story on gasb pension implementation delay.
- Report looks at need for road repair.
- Debt affordability.
- Measuring the impact of Sprawl.
- "Geek cities" use data better.
- How changes in state pension plans affect public employees' retirement income.
- Briefs examine public-sector retirement issues.
- Pension system's collaborative effort already a game changer.
- Change to Grow: Baltimore's ten-year financial plan.
- Trust: building public confidence in Lincoln, Nebraska.
- Barcelona's strategic and integrated financial management system.
- DeKalb County: refunds eight bond series in less than five months, complete with rating upgrades.
- Maximizing the finance officer's role in labor negotiations.
- Budgeting by inclusion.
- The value of regularly reviewing the chart of accounts.
- A little education isn't a dangerous thing.
- Colorado PERA pursues world-class programs: in consolidating three plans under a single record keeper, Colorado PERA saw an opportunity to build world-class voluntary retirement plans for its members.
- Federal policy makers set their sights on state and local governments: we continue to see federal legislative and regulatory efforts that would increase cost to and oversight of state and local governments.
- GASB presses forward with pension implementation.
- Making better decisions.
- How Governments--and the people who run them--can learn and improve: digital technology has given us tools that make a methodical approach to institutional learning more useful and powerful than ever.