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Budget Reductions and Cost EfficienciesHow States Can Simplify Processes for Cost Efficiencies

Wednesday, November 10, 2021 | 2:00 PM ET


This installment of NASCA’s Top Ten live virtual event series will target Budget Reductions and Cost Efficiencies.

 Join us on November 10th at 2pm ET for an informative webinar discussion about how states can prioritize spending where most effective and how sustainability plays a role in cost control and in deferred maintenance allocation. We will hear from guest speakers about this important topic, as well as things states might consider in budget planning and in seeking out savings opportunities, and how these priorities can be most sustainable in times of potential economic flux.    

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