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Jan 16, 2023
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Implementing GASB Statement No. 96: Important Considerations

Subscription-based information technology arrangements (SBITAs) allow governments to benefit from the use of IT software without maintaining a perpetual license or title to the software, which is beneficial to both the government and the vendor.
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Jul 11, 2022
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Combating Declining Enrollment in Ohio’s Colleges and Universities

Enrollment in America’s colleges and universities fell again in spring 2022. Enrollment declines have persisted since spring 2018 and the declines have only steepened.
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Apr 4, 2022
Article

The Effects of COVID-19 on Government: A Path Forward

In this article, we will examine the issues governments still face and will focus on the opportunities as we look to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Nov 2, 2021
Blog

Updated Guidance on Public Records and Open Meeting Laws

Recent guidance issued in the industry may affect the future way and source of your public records training affecting both treasurers and board members of community schools.  Here's what you need to know.
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Jul 27, 2021
Blog

Cybersecurity: All The Things You Should Know

Wondering if your business is at risk of a cyberattack? Look to the statistics ... or, this article.
Apr 16, 2021
Blog

Rea and Etactics Partner for Security Wars, A Webinar Series About CMMC

Discover Security Wars … a special FREE webinar series all about CMMC.
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Jul 5, 2023
Events

GASB 96 – What You Need to Know

The implementation of GASB 96 will be no small task. Get a head start by learning exactly how this impacts your organization and what information you need so we can help you implement GASB 96.
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May 19, 2021
Events

Preparing For The 2020 Medicaid School Program (MSP)

Need help clarifying the cost report or agreed-upon procedures related to the 2020 Medicaid School Program You're in luck ...
 
Jun 22, 2021
Podcast

Episode 288: Is Your Business Putting National Security At Risk?

Are you protecting your company's data ... or are you currently a national security threat?