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Articles from Government Finance Review (June 1, 2017)

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Be a part of GFOA's financial sustainability research. Brief article 101
Fiscal stress continues, with growing financial uncertainty on the horizon. 388
Get involved with GFOA. Mucha, Mike 339
GFOA files comments on proposed amendments to SEC Rule 15c2-12: proposed amendments to SEC Rule 15c2-12 would add to the list of event notices to be included in continuing municipal bond disclosure undertakings. Brock, Emily S. 2624
Guide explains public pensions for elected officials. 510
Linking investment management fees with performance. Miller, Girard 2460
Part 1: leadership strategies for sustainable communities. Kavanagh, Shayne 3353
Public pension returns slated to improve in FY 2017. 569
Rainy day funds and state credit ratings. Brief article 187
School district fiscal savings and state budget rules. Arapis, Theodore; Reitano, Vincent 2445
State retiree health care benefits in FY2015. 309
Tax-exempt municipal bonds: the most vital tool in U.S. infrastructure. Brief article 175
Tax-exempt municipal bonds: the most vital tool in U.S. infrastructure. Brief article 178
The Cincinnati story: optimizing local government management through performance and data analytics. Black, Harry 1927
The end of big government ... but an epochal opportunity for local government? Kavanagh, Shayne Book review 1090
The nuanced new world of economic development incentives: beyond the black-and-white debates of the past, local governments are taking strengths, weaknesses, and social equity into account. McFarland, Christiana K. 1133
Yellow book exposure draft: while the guidance in the Yellow Book pertains to auditors, government officials should be aware of some of the proposed changes in the GAO's April 2017 Exposure Draft that could affect their governments. Buikema, Todd 1579
Your government needs a financial emergency policy: after an issue exposed its vulnerability to financial distress, Garden City, Kansas, developed a policy for how to respond if a real financial emergency were to occur. Jenkins, Emily 981

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