Empowering Government Agencies to be Data-Driven

Hassett Willis and Company

Responding to “fire drills” is a fact of life for government. While citizen service and event response make government service both exciting and rewarding, they also make it downright challenging—if not impossible—to plan for the future. Proactive government organizations are turning to their data to improve decision-making and track costs
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Modernizing How Government Treats Business

IDEAS

As Data Programs Manager at the Office of Finance, Juan blends data, operations, engagement, and creativity to help the 300-person department better serve customers.
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Indirect Cost Recovery for Local Government Grantees

Federal Fund Management Advisor

When the U.S. Office of Management and Budget rolled out its major federal grants reform initiative a couple years ago, it sought to consolidate and sensibly harmonize multiple sets of diverse administrative and cost requirements applicable to different kinds of award performers — colleges and universities, nonprofit organizations, and state and local governments. The resulting “Super Circular” (2 CFR 200) largely achieved OMB’s objectives, except in the case of procedures for developing, presenting and negotiating rates for recovery of indirect costs.
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Internal audit’s role in Tribal Government transformation

Bakertilly

Tribal governments operate in a challenging environment. Not only are they involved in public service delivery – health, safety, housing, education – but there is also responsibility for economic development, business operations and oversight. To ensure a bright future, Tribal governments are consistently making strategic decisions, executing large projects, and making significant budget decisions.
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Employment Law Under the Trump Administration: 2018 and Beyond

Baker Gonelson

President Trump's first year in office brought significant changes to labor and employment law. From immediate changes to the heads and agendas of the DOL, EEOC, and NLRB, to reversals of Executive Orders and surprising Court decisions, to the impact of #MeToo, the first year of this administration has been a rollercoaster for employers.
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In today's global economy, trade among international countries is common place. People buy and sell goods from all over the world, affecting the United States' economy and trade.

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