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Articles from Government Finance Review (August 1, 2010)

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'Once a budgeter, always a budgeter': five reviewers for the GFOA's Distinguished Budget Presentation Awards Program explain why their interest in and dedication to budgeting continues after they've retired. Fishbein, John 1926
Auditor independence in the public sector. Blann, Stephen W. 2245
Calendar. Calendar 365
Crisis and innovation: let the bad times roll: innovation appears to flourish in agencies under extreme pressure. Donahue, John D. Column 848
Economic trends. 565
Finance Reform Act affects state and local governments in many ways: the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act includes many provisions related to municipal securities, as well as new regulations for advisors hired by state and local governments. Gaffney, Susan 1273
From public deliberation to public collaboration. Kavanagh, Shayne C. Book review 1029
Innovative programs help governments cope with generational change: we must adapt our methods to best reach the talented upcoming generation of public servants and finance officials, and continue to get the best from more experienced public servants. Column 2244
Modified accrual: decision-useful & accountability-centered. Freeman, Robert J.; Shoulders, Craig D. 5550
Optimizing ERP in your organization. Roque, Rob 2085
President's message. Brittain, Len S. 1096
Proposed changes in employer accounting for pensions: the GASB proposes to substantially modify how state and local governments account for the costs of providing pension benefits to their employees. Gauthier, Stephen J. 1126
Provo brings employees and citizens together to identify budget cuts: recommendations from teams of employees and citizens helped the City of Provo make surgical cuts that balanced the budget during these difficult economic times. Borget, John 1613
Putting the pieces together: revised criteria for defining the financial reporting entity. Shoulders, Craig D. 4077
Rethinking the costs and benefits of performance management: many organizations assume that performance management is basically a stand-alone program. In reality, performance management is a crucial element within many best practice standard government processes. Mucha, Michael J. 1659
State and local government employment up in 18 states. 438
The finance officer's role in doing more with less: 2010 Annual Conference recap. Conference news 1964
The GFOA's new president-elect and Executive Board. 1758
Why fund Wi-Fi? Bunton, Anne Poag; Vehaun, David B. 1760

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