This issue of GFR looks at new ways of thinking about revenue to help governments understand and steward public finance in a changing world.
From reducing overreliance on past budget decisions to framing complex problems and building procedural justice into the process, April’s GFR gives government finance professionals the keys to understanding how today can better serve tomorrow.
The political polarization we're seeing at all levels of government is a threat to the financial sustainability for our member governments
GFOA Federal Update
ARPA Adventures: 2022 and Beyond
Committee Update: CORBA and CEDCP
By Michael Belarmino and Michael Thomas