NASACT is now accepting nominations for the 2024 Hall of Fame class. Click to download the program guidelines and the entry form.
The NASACT Hall of Fame was created to recognize an elite group of individuals who over their professional careers have made major and enduring impacts on state government financial management. Hall of Fame inductees are not selected based upon a single achievement, but rather to recognize careers filled with significant achievements and contributions and to recognize those who have reached the highest levels of performance in the profession. Additionally, recipients will embody characteristics including outstanding vision, inspiring leadership, and unwavering commitment to the highest professional and ethical standards and practices.
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The U.S. Department of Treasury has updated its Frequently Asked Questions document to address the three eligible use categories provided in the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) and discussed in the 2023 interim final rule: (1) emergency relief from natural disasters, (2) Surface Transportation projects, and (3) Title I projects.
Thank you all for the opportunity to serve as the president of the National Association of State Comptrollers. It has been an honor and privilege to serve with such an amazing group of professionals. I am so excited to invite you to join me and your peers in Lexington, Kentucky, this March 13-15 for NASC 2024.
Click to view the comment letter, which includes member concerns about the interim final rule.