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Chance to hear Metro’s Rich Riebeling on the capital budget tomorrow

TN-ASPA’s lunchtime lecture this month is on capital budgeting, with Metro Nashville’s finance director Rich Riebeling tomorrow (Thursday November 18th).  Hope you can make it!

It’s in Training Room 1 off the 3rd floor Atrium, past the bookstore.  BYOL (bring your own lunch)

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Pipelines to Potholes: America’s Ailing Infrastructure | WBUR and NPR – On Point with Tom Ashbrook

This segment on infrastructure touches on so many aspects of public budgeting and finance and PA generally, I had to share it with you. Budgeting for uncertain risks…capital budgeting…the web of intergovernmental and private sector relationships…challenges of privatization/contracting out…the role of nonprofits/advocacy groups as Lindblom’s “value watchdogs”…regulation…government as insurer of last resort…see if you can relate the conversation to these themes…

Pipelines to Potholes: America’s Ailing Infrastructure | WBUR and NPR – On Point with Tom Ashbrook
http://www.onpointradio.org/2010/09/infrastructure-pipelines

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