Vol. 32 Nbr. 4, August 2016
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- The important work of the finance officer.
- Governments make significant reforms to retirement systems.
- Generations have the same workplace priorities, research finds.
- Uncertainty weighs on state revenue forecasts for fiscal 2016 to 2017.
- State budgets grow at moderate pace.
- Study: New York state's disaster response approach unique and effective.
- Governments worry about recruiting and retaining qualified personnel.
- Involving citizens in budgeting across North America.
- GFOA's new president-elect and executive board.
- Recapping the 2016 Annual Conference: Sharing Solutions and Strategies.
- Running government like a business scientist: the rise of evidence-based decision making.
- What drives rising health-care costs?
- Making investments where it matters most at Beaverton School District.
- Coping with unfunded mandates: when the buck gets passed to you.
- Building and maintaining solid infrastructure in the town of Gilbert.
- Unlocking employee potential through self-directed time.
- Understanding the comprehensive tax reform proposals before Congress.
- Forthcoming new guidance on leases.
- Simple rules hold promise for public policy.
- GFOA key dates.