Monthly Musings Webinar Series:

Artificial Intelligence and Budgeting

Presented by the:

American Association for Budget and Program Analysis

A Free Webinar Series

February 24, 2021, 12:00 p.m. (ET)

Discussion with Andrew Pavord

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AABPA’s upcoming Monthly Musing on February 24th, at 12 p.m. (ET) explores artificial intelligence and budgeting.

  • Andrew Pavord, CEO of Federal Consulting Alliance

What impact will technology have on the budget office of the future? What does a fully automated budget process look like? What new capabilities will emerge when technology allows a budget data system to interface in real time with enterprise data systems such as HR and procurement? What will be the impact when artificial intelligence connects the budget data system to the global data network? Join us as we explore these topics in a round table discussion that explores the vision of the budget of the future in the light of technological innovation.

AABPA’s Monthly Musings is a free webinar series featuring diverse leaders from across the budgeting and financial management community. Experts discuss major challenges in their careers and how they navigated them, followed by a moderated Q&A open to all participants.

This series provides a forum for AABPA members and other analysts to connect, learn from each other, and share best practices.

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The American Association for Budget & Program Analysis is an independent nonprofit association incorporated in Washington DC in 1976 to highlight the importance of thorough and professional analysis for government decisions. We are an all-volunteer organization and our programs are funded through membership dues, member contributions, and registration fees.

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The American Association for Budget and Program Analysis (AABPA) invites master’s students in public administration, public policy, and related disciplines to submit proposals for the annual Marykathryn Kubat Award for graduate research.  Students are encouraged to submit research topics that analyze the fiscal, political, and social landscape at the core of budget and program analysis at the federal, state, or local levels. Students may include historical references to the evolution of the budget process, performance measures, accountability or fiscal policy when appropriate.  Click here for the 2019 Announcement.

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