Wayne County, Michigan, is approaching its budget and modernization plans to ensure the most positive and lasting impact.
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The $350 billion COVID-19 aid has the potential to not just offer pandemic relief for state and local governments but fund a more equitable future as well.
Administration priorities to emerge are grant funding, federal workforce compensation, equity, career development, cybersecurity and more.
The “thinking small” mindset works only until you scale up. At some point, to see a benefit, it has to go to scale. That requires an investment.
State and local governments’ revenue shortfalls mean there is a heightened imperative for agencies to manage their funds well. Overtime is one area that can either be a boon or bust for agencies’ purses.
Public leaders will have to make difficult decisions as our resources dwindle. Here are three tips for battling your agency’s coming budget crisis.
The topic of incrementalism has come to light in recent weeks amidst the intense market volatility being seen around the world in response to the Coronavirus scare. This experience should serve as a lesson to governments and industries around the world when preparing their yearly budgets and designing fiscal contingencies to possible “black-swan” events.
Lean budgeting is a more efficient way to establish a sustainable financial framework and supports innovation, growth and opportunities.
Public leaders should adhere to the following principles when communicating budget information.
Continuous feedback and stakeholder engagement enables Treasury to add powerful new features and functionality to USAspending.gov.