Fiscal First Aid

Managing Cash Flow in a Crisis: How to Quickly Build a Working Cash Flow Model

Managing Cash Flow in a Crisis: How to Quickly Build a Working Cash Flow Model

Cash flow is a measure of the difference between cash or inflows and outflows, and is a key indicator of an organization's fiscal health. Cash flow forecasting and management takes on increased importance in a financial crisis. Cash is critical for ongoing operations. It pays the salaries and buys the supplies and equipment that produces public services. A balance sheet may report plenty of assets, but without cash a government is effectively insolvent. Governments in a financial crisis should develop cash flow models that allow the organization to pinpoint its current cash position and provide insight into future position. This webinar will show you how to develop your own simplified cash flow analysis and includes access to an Excel model where you can input your own data.

Recorded April 24, 2020


  • Publication date: April 2020
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