Government Finance Review

Government Finance Review

Government Finance Review is the Government Finance Officers Association’s bimonthly membership magazine. It publishes articles in the forefront of the public finance profession, touching on topics such as fiscal first aid, performance measurement and management, new accounting and auditing standards, strategic budgeting, groundbreaking technology for government finance, innovations in public investing and debt management, and the expanding role of the government finance officer in areas such as economic development and financial sustainability. With each issue, the magazine explores best practices in the realm of government finance, suggests solutions to questions facing public finance officers, reports the latest news in governmental accounting, examines intergovernmental affairs, and provides the latest information in the field. A subscription to Government Finance Review is included with GFOA membership, or subscribe at $35 a year. 

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For more information on the Government Finance Review, please contact Marcy Boggs, Managing Editor.

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641 Documents

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Author: 
Elizabeth Fu
August 2014
Author: 
Shayne C. Kavanagh
June 2010
Author: 
Shayne Kavanagh
February 2012
Author: 
Stephen J. Gauthier
June 2009
Author: 
Marc Joffe
February 2013
Author: 
Jonas Biery
Eric Johansen
February 2013
Author: 
Peter Christensen
Katie Gregory
April 2010
Author: 
Cynthia J. Evangelisti
Kevin C. Lockhart
October 2009
Author: 
William Saintamour
Tom Huggler
October 2010
Author: 
Russ Linden
June 2012
Author: 
Keith Overly
Richard T. Wissler
August 2009
Author: 
Paul D. Epstein
December 2010
Author: 
Stephen W. Blann
August 2012
Author: 
Stephen W. Blann
August 2012
Author: 
Stephen W. Blann
June 2010
Author: 
Keith R. Herrmann
December 2014