For decades the weighty, multi-hundred page printed budget book has been the unavoidable standard. After all, what alternatives were there? But in today’s fast-paced budgeting world, requiring a better view into results and impact, it no longer cuts it.
Learn how an interactive budget book can deliver in these 4 key uses, which also align with the GFOA’s criteria for an award-winning budget book.
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- A Policy Document
Provides a consistent place that the community can go to where they know what information they are viewing is true, comprehensive, and current
- A Financial Plan
Helps connect your data to community initiatives and priorities.
- An Operations Guide
Has a clear, clickable table of contents that can instantly take the reader to where they want to go to learn more
- A Communications Device
Puts information online, where residents expect to get it