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Managing the COVID-19 Budget Fallout

In conversation with Jason Dudich, Manny Herceg, moderated by Adarsh Mantravadi

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The current public health crisis has created a fiscal disaster for the government. Across the country, state and local leaders are assessing priorities, contemplating furloughs, and evaluating how they can continue to maintain services in the face of revenue shortfalls. The full effect on state and local budgets has still yet to unfold and the impact and timing will differ amongst communities based factors such as their industrial base, or how their tax and revenues are structured, collected and distributed.

As your organization prepares for the difficult choices ahead, we bring to you an opportunity to learn strategies from former budget leaders and local government advisors.

Jason Dudich, former Budget Director for the State of Indiana and former Chief of Staff to the Mayor and Controller for the City of Indianapolis and Manny Herceg, Partner at Taft Law joined Adarsh Mantravadi, from OnBoard to discuss strategies on how government bodies can plan and respond to the budget fallout. Watch this session where they share key insights and considerations to be aware of when evaluating options to manage the coming challenges.

Jason Dudich

Vice President & Chief Finacial Officer,
University of Indianapolis

In his current role, Jason oversees the financial operations of the University of Indianapolis including budgeting, accounting, investments, benefits, long-term planning, real estate and capital. Prior to joining UIndy, Jason served as the Indiana State Budget Director, managing the state’s $34 billion annual operating and annual budget. His prior experience also includes budget management in the State of Illinois, CFO for Indiana Commission on Higher Education, the City of Indianapolis and the Office of Mayor where he served as controller and then chief of staff for former Mayor Greg Ballard.

Jason Dudich
Manny Herceg

Manny Herceg

Taft Law

Manny is an experienced litigator and municipal lawyer who takes a practical and focused approach to municipal representation. He has experience advising towns, cities, counties, townships, and commissions on a variety of matters including real estate issues, eminent domain, service contract negations, employee discipline and discharge, vendor contract negotiations and access to public records and open door law issues. In addition, Manny has expertise advising municipal clients, private entities and universities on state and local procurement issues, and challenging procurement determinations.

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