Turn your government office’s budget into a well-oiled machine
Working in a government agency can feel a bit like being part of a bigger machine. It doesn’t matter if it’s a small-town government — complete with town council and a staff of two — or a state agency with a billion-dollar budget. There are individual parts that add up to a whole, working together. The thing that provides the much-needed fuel and lubrication in this contraption is revenue, and older accounts receivable are just the thing to get your machine running efficiently again.
In this guide, you’ll learn:
The reasons many government agencies have budgetary problems
The limits on government recovery efforts
How to develop an effective accounts receivable strategy
How to recover older unpaid balances