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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Timothy J Turner
|Description:||xx, 317 : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Chapter 1 Figures and Tables Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Acknowledgments Chapter 4 Copyright Permissions Chapter 5 Chapter One: The Argument in Brief: Deliberative Democracy and Democratic Accountability; Cross-Governmental Comparisons; Getting a Handle on 87,000 Governments; Exercises for the Reader Chapter 6 Part One: Trends: Chapter Two: Four Forces for Change: Operational Reforms and Advances; The Disclosure Principle; Contemporary Diagnostic Tools; Information Technology; Exercises for the Reader; Chapter Three: Central Government Trends: The U Chapter 7 Part Two: Sketching the Constitutive Parts: Chapter Five: Data and Data Warehousing Issues: Data Comparability and XML; Disaggregated, Raw Financial Data; Disaggregated, Raw Non-Financial Data; Performance Measures; Third Party Measures; Data Aggreg Chapter 8 Part Three: Implementation: Chapter Seven: The Road Ahead: Where We Are State-by-State; Legislative Talking Points; Anticipating the Opposition; Finding Support; A Multi-State Administrative Agreement; Chapter Eight: Postscript on Local Govern Chapter 9 Appendices Chapter 10 Glossary of Acronyms Chapter 11 Index Chapter 12 About the Author|
|Other Titles:||Local government e-disclosure and comparisons|
|Responsibility:||Timothy J. Turner.|
When it comes to financial disclosures by state and local governments, the future should be now. But it is not. We're still in the pre-computer age. Tim Turner presents us with a roadmap to modern
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