The Graying of Federal Financial Management - About 41 percent of the government's financial managers were 50 years of age or older as of September 2001. That means they are eligible to retire, or soon will be. When will these workers retire? Will there be a shortage of senior personnel? On a more personal note, what kinds of colleagues will be around during the rest of this decade to help you put ...
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The government accountants journal : financial management in the public sector. - Alexandria, Va., ISSN 0883-1483, ZDB-ID 7166801. - Vol. 52.2003, 1, p. 39-43
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