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Articles from Government Finance Review (February 1, 2004)

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A new model for fiscal regionalism: greater Racines plan for overcoming fiscal disparity. Fiacco, James M.; Cramer, Christine A. 3130
Adapting fiscal systems to a changing environment. Lun, Nicole Book Review 776
Bringing Rigor to cutback management: Eugene's constrained prioritization process. Petry, Jeff 3297
Budgeting for excellence: how the university of Missouri-Kansas City transformed its budget process using the NACSLB standards. Zielke, Nancy L. 3514
Busy legislative agenda includes key state, local issues: GFOA will continue to monitor key issues of importance to state and local finance during a busy legislative agenda complicated by election-year politics. Gaffney, Susan 985
By the members, for the members. Christensen, Peter Editorial 420
Calendar. Calendar 218
Commission recommends overhaul of Philadelphia Tax system. 486
Financing the future of Government--Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (GFOA Conference At-A-Glance. Calendar 1232
GASB issues technical bulletin on tobacco settlement proceeds. Brief Article 164
GASB proposes change to forthcoming OPEB guidance: the GASB recently issued a revised exposure draft on other postemployment benefits that would alter the treatment of implicit rate subsidies in favor of even greater accrual. Gauthier, Stephen 1319
GFOA preconference seminars June 11-12, 2004: make the most of your travel to GFOA's 2004 annual conference! Calendar 528
IIA and GAO work to clarify standards differences. Advertisement 397
Is your tax assessment and collection system taxing you? Modern assessment and taxation systems offer functional improvements and system openness that were unthinkable when many legacy systems were written. 1171
Local Tax Policy: a Federalist Perspective. Brief Article 171
Pension investment policies: why, how, and to what effect? Pension investment policies that thoughtfully address all of the elements in GFOA's recommended practice can go a long way toward helping public pension systems grow assets and deliver retirement benefits. Fink, Kim 1162
Public finance professionals predict good year for municipal market. 320
State budget quandaries: any heroes out there? Peirce, Neal 864
State budgets still struggling despite recovering economy. 420
State declares Pittsburgh 'distressed'. 340
Survey indicates CPFO designation a career enhancer. 356
The citizen's guide to the Nashville budget: providing better information in better ways. Boydston, Robert; Aaron, William 2531
The CPFO program, state training, and local career development: strategically linking national certification to state training programs and government career development programs recognizes employee accomplishments, enhances recruitment and retention, and professionalizes the practice of public finance. Casey, Joseph P. 881
The GFOA and professionalism local government. Rivenbark, William C.; Allison, Gregory S. 3226

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