Cash Management and Investment of Public Funds
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This course is one of the core courses for the finance officers' certification program. It is offered once a year in October. Once dates are confirmated, they will be updated in the Offering section of this site. Participants will learn about goals, process and organizations for successful cash management; how to evaluate banking services and financial institutions; investment strategies; investment policies; and accounting and reporting for investments.
This intermediate class is for Finance officers, treasurers, and/or staff with cash management responsibilities.
Prerequisites: Participants should have at least one year experience in local government finance and be a local government or school system finance officer, analyst, or staff member who exercises oversight responsibilities for public cash management and investment functions.
For Budgeting Purposes: This 3 day course takes place around October each year.
Certification Questions: See the links on the right side of this page for the information you need to know.
Topics - Local and State Government
- Local Government Finance
- Accounting and Financial Reporting
- Capital Finance
- Financial Management
- County Finance
- Municipal Finance
Who should attend
- Tax and Finance Officials
- Finance Officers