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Federal CFO Insights

A thought leadership series

Dedicated to addressing the issues that Federal Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) and finance executives face today, Federal CFO Insights provides an easily digestible and regular stream of perspectives on the challenges you are confronted with.

Featured insights

Preparing your financial organization for shared services
Harness the power of shared solutions.
   
FP&A: What’s risk got to do with it?
Endless risks: What are CFOs worried about now?
   
Building a federal risk appetite framework
How hungry are you?
   
Risk intelligent risk committees for federal executives
Learn the value of risk committees and how they can support agency risk management activities.
   
Advanced workplace strategies
Learn how to enable mission while driving cost efficiency.
   
Making the move to shared services
Know the destination before embarking on the shared services journey.
   
Understanding talent management
Learn more about understanding employee expectations, identifying critical talent, and reducing attrition.
   
Is the cloud in your sights?
With big promises, and a plethora of players knocking on doors, what do agency executives need to know?
   
Aligning internal controls and enterprise risk management frameworks
The question is not how to eliminate risk, but rather, how does the agency manage risk?
   
Guarding against cyber threats
Learn how to take a more risk intelligent view of cyber threats and outline steps agencies can take toward more effective cyber threat risk governance.

 

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