"As we approach the end of the year, a time when we traditionally look back on the past year, there's no way to avoid the fact that 2020 was a period of unprecedented challenges, uncertainty, and loss. Through it all, though, state and local government employees did what they do best - serve their communities.
As CEO of an organization that represents more than 21,000 finance officers, I am proud of the way our members confronted this challenge. By being strategic, learning from each other, and employing best-practice approaches, governments have served their constituents through everything 2020 has thrown at us.
We at GFOA are proud of the ways in which we've been able to help governments be their best."
Chris Morrill, GFOA Executive Director/CEO
Helping Governments Navigate a Crisis
New Research Released in 2020
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A Redesigned Government Finance Review
In April, GFOA redesigned its bi-monthly magazine. The magazine includes practitioner-oriented articles, information on current events, and member profiles. Inside you'll find more content, feature articles, member interviews, and focus pieces on finance teams, along with a refreshed look and feel.
New Best Practices and Advisories
In March and September, GFOA's Executive Board approved new best practices and advisories. The include the following: