Outsourcing Information Technology Concepts and Case Study
Presented at the 97th Annual ICMA Conference 2011
City of Carrollton, Texas presentation
Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP)
Recorded at Michigan Municipal League August 16, 2011
The much-awaited guidelines surrounding the new Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP) have been issued by the State of Michigan Treasury. As you may be aware, there are three components that communities need to comply with to receive full funding under the EVIP program. This training is designed to help finance professionals and city managers obtain a better understanding of the program's requirements, as well as instruction on how to use templates that have been developed to aid in compliance. Joe Heffernan, Plante & Moran partner, worked with the MML to help create the Citizen’s Guide Template. This training provides an overview of how to report this information to the State of Michigan using the newly developed forms.
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Plante & Moran performs audits on over 200 governmental entities in Michigan and even more nationally. So we understand the challenges local governments face.
Many local governments have had to deal with decreasing property values, revenue shortages, and rising employee benefit costs -- all while the demand for essential services is not decreasing. Many communities have already made budget cuts by downsizing or deferring capital spending or in other ways. And they may face additional spending cuts in budgets that have already been cut and are already very tight.
Please review the video to see how our proprietary process can help you face these challenges by evaluating where you are today, where you are going and how to get on the path to fiscal sustainability.
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