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Planning, Budgeting, and Managing Capital Assets
Capital assets include major government facilities, infrastructure, equipment, and networks that enable the delivery of public-sector services. The performance and continued use of these capital assets is essential to the health, safety, economic development, and quality of life of those receiving services. As capital projects age, or as services evolve and require additional or different assets to continue operating effectively and efficiently, governments are often required to invest large amounts of money into their capital program.
To address these challenges, governments need an effective capital plan, capital budget, and capital asset management plan that is able to identify and communicate need, allocate resources, and monitor condition effectively. This session will present best practices in capital planning, budgeting, and management highlighting GFOA’s best practice statements.
Interactive Internet training
7/16/2014 - 7/16/2014
Accounting, Auditing & Financial Reporting
Capital Finance & Debt Administration
Financial Management & Budgeting
Public Retirement & Benefit Administration
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