Vol. 36 Nbr. 1, February 2020
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- SHARE YOUR WORK!(Perspectives)
- Planning Energy Savings Projects.
- The Role of Interns in Succession Planning.
- Urban and Rural Populations.
- GFOA Code of Ethics Reimagines the Old Way of Thinking.
- High-Deductible Plan Enrollment Grows as Employers Express Increasing Scepticism.
- A CALL FOR GFOA MEMBERS TO Raise the State of the Profession.
- How One Town Changed the Pension Conversation in Arizona.
- MEASURING THE PERFORMANCE OF MODERN PUBLIC FUNDS INVESTMENT PORTFOLIOS.
- Building Trust through Reliability and Consistency.
- Kansas City Identifies Four Key Factors to a Successful Online Financial Transparency Project.
- Montgomery County: Serious about Online Transparency since 1992: Montgomery County explains the elements that contributed to the success of its online financial transparency platforms.
- Wally Ritchie: From Government Finance to Major League Baseball: A former professional baseball player talks about his days in the Philadelphia Phillies and his second career in local government finance.
- A Byte of Prevention: As stewards of public data, finance officers must understand the significance of cyber threats, including the large costs governments face in recovering lost data, restoring public trust, and otherwise recovenng from a breach.
- Government Finance Officers Association: Key Dates.
- 2020 Federal Priorities: Tax-exempt bonds are the primary mechanism through which state and local governments raise capital to finance a wide range of essential public projects.
- Budget in the Language of Accounting: The presentation of mandatory budgetary comparisons generally does not provide enough detail to demonstrate that a government has fully complied with its legally adopted budget.
- The Framework for Coping with an Environmental Disaster: Lessons that the City of Flint, Michigan, has learned as it works to get lead out of its drinking water can show the way for other cities that are coping with their own crises.