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  1. 304 Budgeting and Finance

    March 24, 2017, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @

    304 Budgeting and Finance NOTE: This workshop applies toward Level III Roads Scholar certificate. The number and scope of county services have expanded in response to intergovernmental mandates and long devolution trends. This course defines the role of the county commission as financial policy makers and related roles of citizens, other elected officials and staff. • Establish the legal parameters for the county budget and identify the functions of a capital and annual operating budget; • Propose processes for preparing, adopting and managing the budget; • Explain how county government is financed and suggest techniques for estimating county revenues; This course is taught by Ryan Adkison, Asst. County Administrator/Finance Dir. for Butler County. One of his primary duties is crafting the organization’s annual CIP/operating budget, winner of the Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Presentation Award the past seven years.

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Kansas County Government Institute Calendar

  1. 304 Budgeting and Finance

    March 24, 2017, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM @

    304 Budgeting and Finance NOTE: This workshop applies toward Level III Roads Scholar certificate. The number and scope of county services have expanded in response to intergovernmental mandates and long devolution trends. This course defines the role of the county commission as financial policy makers and related roles of citizens, other elected officials and staff. • Establish the legal parameters for the county budget and identify the functions of a capital and annual operating budget; • Propose processes for preparing, adopting and managing the budget; • Explain how county government is financed and suggest techniques for estimating county revenues; This course is taught by Ryan Adkison, Asst. County Administrator/Finance Dir. for Butler County. One of his primary duties is crafting the organization’s annual CIP/operating budget, winner of the Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Presentation Award the past seven years.

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