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Maximizing Agency Funds at Fiscal Year-End 2023

  • Is your agency prepared to maximize its funding at the end of the fiscal year? If you’re a little vague on some of the finer point of appropriations law with respect to year-end actions, watch our complimentary webinar Maximizing Agency Funds at Fiscal Year-End.


New Competencies Needed for Financial Management

  • In today’s rapidly changing financial landscape, financial management professionals in federal agencies must possess new competencies and skills to navigate complex financial systems, regulations, and laws. In this blog, we will explore the new competencies needed for financial management in federal agencies and the principles of federal appropriations law.

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Partnership: The Key to PPBE Reform

  • The process of defense budgeting is in need of reform. For more than 60 years, both houses of Congress have been working together to pass the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) annually, which outlines the budget for the Department of Defense (DoD) for the upcoming fiscal year. 

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Insights and updates from AGA’s 2018 National Leadership Training

  • I recently had the opportunity to represent Management Concepts at the Association of Government Accountants’ National Leadership Training (NLT) event at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C.  This two-day event is designed to develop and train government financial professionals to excel as leaders.  Featured speakers included Dave DeLong, President, Smart Workforce Strategies and Mark Updegrove, CEO, National Medal of Honor Museum.  The event drew hundreds of CEO’s, CFO’s, senior executives, PhD’s, CPA’s, senior managers, and future leaders from Federal, state, and local organizations across the U.S.

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