Past Due: Improving The Process Would Be Less Painful Than Budget Choices
Years of mismanagement led to the state’s current fiscal crisis. A recent report from the University of Illinois’ Institute of Government and Public Affairs (IGPA) suggests changes to the budgeting process that could help prevent future disasters.
Listen to Richard Dye, co-director of the IGPA's Fiscal Futures Project, talk about the group's report.
Illinois Issues editor Jamey Dunn talked about the recommendations with Richard Dye, who is co-director of the IGPA's Fiscal Futures Project and one of the authors of the report. You can read the full report here.
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