Vol. 30 Nbr. 5, October - October 2014
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- Technological innovations in the finance office.
- Benefit of pensions shown to be widespread.
- Many public pension plans still recovering from economic downturn.
- Variables make determining cause of premium increases difficult.
- Using data to get things done.
- Employees still uncertain about retirement.
- Family health premiums up 3 percent in 2014.
- Census bureau data shows rapid population growth due to the energy boom.
- Revitalization and local parks.
- Checking in on community engagement.
- Population growth strong in big cities.
- Transforming Performance Measurement for the 21st Century.
- Using technology to increase organizational effectiveness.
- Hacking the public CFO's office: how technological and social change can transform the way the public's business gets done.
- P3 builds business intelligence tool for enhanced reporting, transparency.
- Elements of a social media strategy: how new technologies can help you do old things better.
- The dollars and sense of government IT.
- Technology and the finance officer.
- The essentials of a post-issuance tax compliance program.
- Innovative approaches to procurement.
- Supreme Court watch: during the 2013-2014 Supreme Court term, the State and Local Legal Center filed amicus briefs addressing issues including the constitutionality of state and local tax schemes, an interpretation of the costly Fair Labor Standards Act, and the proper use of administrative procedure.
- GASB moves toward major changes in accounting for OPEB.
- Defining and creating value for the public.
- GFOA events.
- State and provincial association events.
- The challenge of building the workforce government needs.