Vol. 32 Nbr. 3, June 2016
- Sharing solutions and strategies.
- GFOA Awards 2016 scholarships.
- Bike share programs are popular but often require subsidies.
- GFOA announces 2016 Award for Excellence in government finance winners.
- Building a culture of engagement with lean continuous improvement.
- Planning more meaningful meetings.
- Stretch assignments give employees room to grow.
- Applying professional developmental tools to employee engagement.
- Enhanced disclosure provides an opportunity for governments: providing more disclosure to bond investors may seem like an unnecessary burden at first, but it will likely provide real, tangible benefits to taxpayers over time.
- Small things add up: the Denver Peak Academy approach: Denver Peak Acdemy guides employees at all levels to improve the way government works, making improvements that have saved city taxpayers $ 15 million since the program's 2011 inception.
- Proposed IRS regulation would redefine political subdivisions for the purposes of tax-exempt bonds.
- Three new GASB standards: this article summarizes the key guidance to be found in the three new standards that GASB has issued so far this year.
- Motivating the modern workforce.
- GFOA key dates.
- Why we should put CFOs in the infrastructure driver's seat: as stewards of public spending, chief financial officers are best positioned to help us invest effectively.