This is my running blog about two events ELGL is participating in this week: #PBB18 and #NDoCH: Friday, August 10, 2018 My day was full of traveling from Denver to San Francisco (with a hearty amount of airline delays thrown in) and reading as I prepare for tomorrow’s #NDoCH event. I will be live tweeting … Continued
Tag: Center for Priority Based Budgeting
We’re back! Our friends at the Center for Priority Based Budgeting (CPBB) have invited us again to present at their annual (un) conference. This year we’ll be focusing our presentation on the #13Percent initiative.
What is the Knope of the Week? It’s ELGL’s way of recognizing an individual or group of individuals who have excelled in promoting the public sector. Recipients may come from the public or private sector and are nominated by ELGL members. Recipients receive an incredible amount of recognition and prizes that we are not at … Continued
The Center for Priority Based Budgeting is extending its social media discount to ELGL members! If you register for their conference “A Summit of Leading Practices” by 2pm on Friday, June 14th you’ll receive a 20% discount on the cost of admission. For more information and to register visit their website.
Please join ELGL, OMFOA, Center for Priority Based Budgeting, and the Alliance for Innovation for a unique joint session focused on creative, innovative local government budgeting: Fiscal Health & Wellness Through Priority Based Budgeting June 12, 2013 @ Noon City of Portland, 8th Floor Conference Room, 111 SW Columbia Avenue Presenters: Jon Johnson (Center for … Continued
Center for Priority Based Budgeting (CPBB) Stay Connected: Blog, Email, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Website Background Check The Center for Priority Based Budgeting™ (CPBB), a Denver, Colorado-based non-profit organization established in 2010, provides technical and advisory services to assist local governments, school districts and other non-profit agencies achieve Fiscal Health and Wellness through Priority Based Budgeting. This creative and … Continued