The Government Finance Officers Association launched its most popular publications series 24 years ago when it issued An Elected Official’s Guide to Government Finance.
The role of government as a vehicle to promote job creation and stabilize the economy is something citizens have now come to expect.
Targeting elected officials and public administrators, the GFOA’s addition to its Elected Official’s series, Competitive Options: From Managed Competition to Privatization, details the managerial p
There is probably no single number in a typical state or local government’s financial statements that attracts more attention and discussion than fund balance.
This user-friendly guide was written to help elected officials and others understand the basic choices they have in designing retirement benefits for their employees
This publication provides readers with an introduction to the principles and practices of issuing debt.
This booklet introduces the fundamentals of tax increment financing (TIF).
Recently, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) issued a new standard that fundamentally changes how state and local governments account for the cost of pension benefits in their finan