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Public Sector Chief Revenue Officer

Whether your title is Comptroller, Commissioner of Revenue, or Treasurer, the challenges within Tax and Revenue are likely similar. Providing accurate revenue projections, dealing with budget reductions, meeting expectations of service and responsiveness from taxpayers, enforcing compliance, preventing fraud, and maintaining old technology may just be a few of the issues that you face each day. In addition, you manage the common challenges encountered when running a large enterprise such as internal reporting, leadership development, maintaining proper internal controls, and recruiting and retention of quality staff.

Explore the material below for insight into tactical and strategic approaches to assist with these historical and emerging issues.

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Letting go of the status quo: A playbook for transforming State Government
New book outlines bold actions state leaders can take to turn big ideas into big results.
Public sector, disrupted: How disruptive innovation can help government achieve more for less.
Tap into the potential of disruptive innovation to help radically reduce public program costs without slashing services.
Leadership development: For the talented few, or for the masses?
Today, many talent professionals are facing a tough decision: should we invest in programs and tools targeting a small pool of high-potential talent, or is it smarter to focus on developing leadership at every level?

 

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