December 26, 2016Doug Hadden
The excitement around smart cities and smart government is overly-technology focused. “Smart” is much more about governance than technology. And, Public Financial Management (PFM) is the mechanism for governance in the public sector. PFM provides the planning, metadata, decision-making, and transparency characteristics needed for smart government.
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