Based on the feedback from our first exchange in April, participants appreciated the opportunity for interaction between faculty, researchers, and practitioners. Therefore, we are scheduling another exchange, coincidentally on the first day of fiscal years of many state and local governments across the country. This is an opportunity for discussion on fiscal responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic and other issues.
- 2021 Conference Planning Survey
- ABFM congratulates former Chair, Carolyn Bourdeaux, on election to the 7th Congressional District of Georgia
- GASB Webinars cover Preliminary Views on Revenue and Expense Recognition
- Register Now for NAPA Virtual Academy Fall Meeting, November 5th-10th
- Review of Candidates for ASPA President-Elect
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It turns out, masking up to nerd out w/all my best friends is EXACTLY what I needed. My heart is full & my soul is healed. I hugged everyone & regret nothing. THANK YOU @abfm_aspa for working so hard to give us a safe space to get back to doing what we do best. I’m so grateful.
Public budgeting and finance scholars from the Maxwell School of Syracuse University at @abfm_aspa @CPRMaxwell @MaxwellSU
Impacts of closing coal-fired power plants in Illinois from my @abfm_aspa presentation. #Illinois #Climate and Equitable Jobs Act ushers in a new era for #CleanEnergy.
Excited to present my work with Saerim Kim on Cross Sector Collaboration and Homeless Services’ Performance @abfm_aspa today at 10:45! We’ve coded EVERY homeless service provider in the country by sector, so looking forward to sharing our first findings
Congratulations to Merl Hackbart for this well-deserved honor from @abfm_aspa. The whole Volcker Alliance team appreciates his partnership. https://twitter.com/GreeneBarrett/status/1444007023868272641