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Articles from Government Finance Review (October 1, 2004)

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Budgeting for outcomes: delivering results citizens value at a price they are willing to pay. Osborne, David; Hutchinson, Peter 3102
Calendar. Calendar 232
CalPERS earns 16.7 percent return for fiscal 2004. Brief Article 306
Debt capacity analysis for local governments. McElravy, Jeff; Liang, Leo Yonghong 3243
Government Finance Review editorial calendar. Calendar 182
Information technology--competitive advantage or competitive necessity? Nguyen, Huy T. Book Review 778
Internet telephony--friend or foe? Congress has introduced legislation that would extend preemptions of state and local taxing authority to virtually any regulation of VoIP services, threatening millions of dollars in state and local revenues. Berger, Barrie Tabin 1502
Managing through economic uncertainty: the Most Admired companies distinguish themselves from their peers by maintaining high levels of employee commitment, continuing to emphasize long-term objectives, and focusing on the most essential strategic issues. Royal, Mark A. 1603
NCSL: state general fund balances to decline in fiscal 2005. 526
New e-commerce reports underscore need for simplified sales tax system. 572
Planning--the key to a successful interest rate swap strategy: with careful planning and written policies, the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority has used interest rate swaps to successfully modernize its bond indentures, regain financial flexibility, and better match its debt to financed assets. Paparello, Kim; Vaccari, Michael A. 1835
Presenting information in financial reports: the GASB has published an exposure draft that would provide a conceptual basis for selecting communication methods to present information in financial reports. Gauthier, Stephen J. 967
Progress in performance measurement. Kinney, Anne Spray; Christensen, Peter Editorial 293
Recent releases. Book Review 130
Security without collateralization: how a banking innovation is simplifying the process of safeguarding public deposits. Jacobsen, Mark 2253
South Carolina erases deficit, restores reserve. Brief Article 298
Top ten performance measurement dos and don'ts. Page, Sasha; Malinowski, Chris 2837
Translating strategy into results: public sector applications of the balanced scorecard. Eagle, Kim; Cooke, Theodeore C.; Rossi, Terri Sue C. 4707
When multi-year budgeting makes sense: while multi-year budgeting offers some attractive benefits, these will not materialize unless a government possesses certain necessary characteristics and is committed to a true multi-year budget process. Christensen, Peter 1201
Will the chains swallow main street? Peirce, Neal 846

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