Vol. 36 Nbr. 2, April 2020
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- GFOA Is Prepared to Meet Member Needs.
- February, 1972.
- Get to Know GFOA's Standing Committees.
- Infrastructure Policy Update.
- WILDFIRE: The Talc of Two California Communities.
- Be Ready When (Not If) You're Hit with a Cyber Attack.
- Take Your Meetings from Waste of Time to Worth It.
- THE COST OF COLLECTION: Rethinking Criminal Justice Fees and Fines as a Revenue Source.
- What Worked: Creating an Award-Winning Local P3 Project.
- Building a Capital Asset Management Program.
- Reforming Economic Development Incentives.
- City of Tempe's Performance-Led Budgeting Team.
- About Face; Forward March!(IN PRACTICE: ACCOUNTING)
- Letting the Citizens Help Run the Store.
- Accrual Budgeting: The Good, the Bad, and the Useful.
- Q&A: Jay Goldstone, who recently retired as managing director at Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, spoke with GFOA managers Ryan Lawler and Elizabeth Fu about his impressive career in both the public and private sector, and the current state of public finance.
- Tax Incentive Reform.
- 10 Steps to Running a Worthwhile Meeting.