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INSPIRED TO DO THE MOST WITH YOUR RESOURCES

Maintain a high level of service for your constituents, regardless of circumstances.

Maintain a high level of service for your constituents, regardless of circumstances.

Balancing your budget with the needs and expectations of those you serve is an ongoing challenge for any government entity. Yet each entity has its own unique challenges and opportunities. Working with experienced government accounting professionals who will learn your situation and are accessible year-round can create the collaborative environment you need to do more with your resources.

 

Our team members are recognized leaders nationally and locally in organizations such as the GFOA, AGA, and the AICPA, and work with government clients of all sizes across the country. Our experience in governmental accounting standards means that no matter what issues you are facing, we can help you find solutions that make sense.

Latest Insights

May 20, 2020
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Reduced revenues and potential future losses from COVID-19 are a big concern for many state and local governments, making budgeting and cash flow forecasting critical. Here are some tips moving forward.
May 18, 2020
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There are many questions surrounding what the next steps are for state and local governments related to COVID-19. Here are some common questions and answers related to compliance, relief and other items impacting governments.
May 14, 2020
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There is growing apprehension for many water and sewer utilities in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent report commissioned by the American Water Works Association dives into the details.
May 7, 2020
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The GASB released a new statement on postponing effective dates that impacts nearly every statement that had an effective date for periods beginning after June 15, 2018, and later. We breakdown all the changes.
May 6, 2020
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The AICPA Governmental Audit Quality Center has released key guidance for several items related to COVID-19 that nonprofits, healthcare and HUD entities, higher education and governmental organizations should be aware of.
May 1, 2020
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SB 998 caused many water agencies to update their shut-off policies, but there are still a lot of gray areas in the law. We offer some guidance on how to stay in compliance.

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Jodi L. Daugherty
Jodi L. Daugherty
Partner-in-Charge of Government
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