NASC President Cynthia Cloud, state auditor of Wyoming, recently welcomed association members and corporate partners to Birmingham, Alabama, for the thirty-seventh annual conference of the National Association of State Comptrollers.
On Wednesday, March 21, Edgar C. Ross received the prestigious Louis L. Goldstein Leadership Award recognizing extraordinary excellence and leadership in state financial management and service to the association.
Richard Eckstrom receives 2018 NASC President's Award at the NASC annual conference in Montgomery, Alabama.
Thank you all for the opportunity to serve as the president of the National Association of State Comptrollers. I consider it an honor to have worked with so many wonderful people over the course of the past year, and I look forward to visiting with you all at the NASC conference in Montgomery, Alabama, this March 21-23.
NASC President Anna Maria Kiehl, state comptroller of Pennsylvania, recently welcomed her peers to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, for the thirty-sixth annual conference of the National Association of State Comptrollers. The conference was held March 15-17 at the Hilton Harrisburg.
I still remember when I was newly appointed to the position of Pennsylvania state comptroller in 2007. There is so much to do it can be overwhelming at first. So I asked for advice from the outgoing comptroller, and his advice was simple and effective. He said, "get involved in NASACT." I didn't understand the wisdom of those simple words at the time, but I've come to really value our association.
The National Association of State Comptrollers held a business meeting on March 17 in Salt Lake City, Utah, in conjunction with the 2016 NASC Annual Conference. President John Reidhead, director of the Division of Finance in Utah, welcomed everyone...