Between the prospects of reduced state funding and existing strains on local revenue sources, preparing for a slowdown requires preparing amid substantial uncertainty. As local government leaders and finance professionals seek stability, their budget planning processes will need to be more nimble – capable of monitoring ongoing financial and operational performance, modeling budget scenarios and planning accordingly, and strengthening buy-in among critical stakeholders.
By necessity, budgeting has grown more strategic in response. A modern budgeting approach successfully incorporates software that helps budget teams better leverage the often-shrinking resources they have. As public sector agencies like Burnet, Texas; Boulder City, Colorado; and Jackson County Water and Sewerage Authority in Georgia are demonstrating, the future of budgeting is in the cloud.
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