Thursday October 8th 2020
The COVID-19 public health crisis has created ripple effects in our economy, forcing state and local governments to reevaluate and shift their operational priorities. Cities, counties and states rely heavily on taxes and fees, which are dependent on regular economic activities—from sales and real estate excise taxes to parking and street-use fees. With a significant slowdown in economic activity, projected budgets have taken a hit, with many public agencies facing massive budget shortfalls.

During this session, we will hear from public and private sector experts with invaluable experience from the last recession. Together, we will explore how cities and transportation agencies can identify potential revenue-generating initiatives that offset costs—and help close the revenue gap.

Budget Resiliency:
How Public Agencies Can Innovate
to Address the Revenue Gap

Thursday, October 8, 2020
10 AM PT/1 PM ET

Martin O'Malley, Former Governor of Maryland and Former Mayor of Baltimore
Dan Tangerlini, Former Chief Financial Officer for the U.S. Department of the Treasury
Neveen Awad, Managing Director & Partner, Boston Consulting Group
Gabe Klein, Partner, Cityfi
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