Posts Tagged: budgeteers

Follow the Yellow Brick Road (Forward)

Last week we asked GovLoop Budgeteers to share their budgeting challenges in preparation for the release of the American Association for Budget and Program Analysis’ (AABPA) first Survey of Federal Budget Professionals. Many government employees dread the coming budget cuts. But federal budget professionals look forward to the challenge of crafting smaller budgets that stillRead… Read more »

Budgeteers Unite! Rockstar Budget and Program Analysts Lead the Way to Gov 2.0

Did you know GovLoop has a group called “Budgeteers”? It was created by the American Association for Budget and Program Analysis (AABPA) to gather practitioners and academics in the fields of budget and program analysis. They held an event today at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC, under the theme, “Budgeting in a Changing Environment:Read… Read more »

Oversight and the Stimulus Law

This event is still several weeks away, but with all of the talk about ARRA, government oversight, and transparency, I thought people might be interested in the AABPA April Program Meeting; open to members and non-members. Oversight and the Stimulus Law In the months following the enactment of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA),Read… Read more »

The President’s Spending Plan

On Wednesday, Stan Collender, author of the popular “Fiscal Fitness” column for Roll Call, and partner at Qorvis Communications, gave AABPA members his thoughts on the President’s budget summary released last week. Stan pointed out that the summary is not a document for budget geeks and beltway insiders hoping for data to scrutinize and pickRead… Read more »