Budget Simulations

Analyze and Engage

Preparing public sector budgets is almost as tricky as defending them.

When developing budgets, competing interests make it impossible to satisfy all stakeholders. Add to this the vast complexity of report - departments, cost centers, and funds, oh my! It's an almost impossible task to understand for those not involved in preparing the budget. Too often, this results in budget decisions being contested and calls for justification.

This year demonstrate the context, constraints, and consequences of the various budgeting options they may favor.

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