DC Forum Luncheon Series, Programs and Sponsors - ARCHIVE

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2010

November

Philip Joyce, Professor of Public Policy and Public Administration
The George Washington University

Peformance Informed Budgeting

Powerpoint Handout


October

Miguel Garcia-Gosalvez, Director of Anti-Corruption, Local Governance and Decentralization Programs, Casals & Associate

Control Self Assessment (CSA) - A New Standard for Governments

Powerpoint Handout
Technical Assistance Module


September

Jess Ford, Director
Government Accountability Office (GAO) International Affairs and Trade Team

US Assistance to Mexico – What is Being Done in Response to Headline Generating Crime and Violence


June

Dave Ostermeyer, CFO, USAID

New Approaches to Development at USAID


May

24th ANNUAL MIAMI CONFERENCE
Public Financial Management in the Era of ''The New Normal"

Highlights including conference blog notes, pictures, tweets and presentations


April

Liv Watson, Board of Directors, IRIS

XBRL, the Language of Government 2.0


March

Kim Kobzah, CEO INgage Networks

Government 2.0 Lessons Learned


February

Linda Fealing, Inspector General of the Organization of American States and Mr. Alan Sigfried, Auditor General of the Inter-American Development Bank

Impact of Financial Crisis on Improving Transparency


January

William Piatt, CIO, International Finance Corporation

Building Global/Loal Collaboration at the IFC

 

2009

November

Dr. Mark Drapeau, Doug Hadden, VP of Communications of ICGFM, moderated by Manuel Pietra (FreeBalance)

Government 2.0: The Next Wave of Open Government?


October

Denise Fantone, United States Government Accountability Office (GAO)

The Challenges of Realigning US Foreign Assistance with US Policy Goals


June

Dr. Arthur Keyes, President and CEO of International Relief and Development (IRD)

Managing Risk in Post Conflict Aid Projects


April

Dr. Clay Wescott, Asia-Pacific Governance Institute and the Woodrow Wilson School

Nguyen Huu Hieu, StoxPlus, Ha Noi

Vu Quynh Huong, Ministry of Finance, Ha Noi

Towards Evidence-Based Public Administration Reform in Viet Nam

Graduate students: Saskia P. Bruynooghe, Trina Q. Firmalo, Ann E. Futrell, Jonathon A. Kent, Rohan Mukherjee, Isy Faingold Vigil

Implementation of Civil Service Legislation in Vietnam


March

Clay Lowery, former Assistant Secretary for International Affairs at the US Treasury Department
Leonard Lapidus, banking expert

International Experience in Managing Banking Crises


February

Linda Fealing, Organization of American States
David Kanja, The World Bank
Barry Potter, IMF
Alan Siegfried, Inter-American Development Bank

Trends in Accountability from an Auditor's Perspective


January

Dr. Julius Cole, Africare

Aid in Africa

 

2008

November

Philip Daniel, IMF

Opportunities for Country Revenue through Taxing Natural Resources -New Challenges and New Perspectives


October

Independent Evaluation Group

Public Sector Reform - What Works and Why


June

Bill Dorotinsky, IMF

Public Financial Management Reform - Trends and Lessons


April

Philip G. Joyce, George Washington University

Linking Performance to Budgeting


March

Jorge Claro, Claro & Associates, Inc.

International Public Procurement


February

Government Accountability Office

GAO's Work in Iraq


January

Tom Briggs, HELP Commission

HELP Commission Report

 

2007

November

Valeria Merino Dirani, Transparency International

Integrity Pacts in Ecuador: Effective measures against corruption in Public Procurement

2006

February

XBRL Seminar at the Brookings Institution