Vol. 32 Nbr. 5, October 2016
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- Join us in Denver.
- Higher distance costs translate to lower congestion costs, study finds.
- Share of states' budgets from federal grants stabilizes.
- Stop hoarding data and start managing it.
- Customize the presentation of information about your municipal securities on EMMA.
- Expanding municipal securities enforcement.
- Second-quarter upgrades outpaced downgrades.
- Debate over publicly funded stadiums continues.
- Trees create value for urban areas.
- Network-level analysis: an inclusive and data-rich approach to infrastructure development.
- Mini-bonds: public engagement and public investment.
- Debt funding for water conservation programs.
- Engaging with new economy businesses in San Francisco.
- What makes some pension reforms more successful than others?
- Colorado Springs District 11 rethinks health care.
- The state of play: GFOA's legislative priorities in the 114th Congress: several legislative proposals are being addressed in this Congress; marketplace fairness, bank-qualified debt, and high-quality liquid assets legislation are top priorities.
- Interpreting an employer's net pension liability: the amount of the net pension liability that state and local governments recently stared reporting can be substantial, and in some cases may even dwarf an employer's other liabilities.
- Challenging traditional conceptions of democracy.
- GFOA: key dates.
- Building government's 'employer value': to entice the talented, dedicated workers the public sector needs, there's no substitute for brand-building.