The Association of Government Accountants has introduced a blog aimed at fostering discussions among state, local and federal government financial managers.

Senior government financial managers, including federal chief financial officers and state and local auditors and comptrollers, will lead daily discussions on a wide variety of topics on the blog. Among the issues slated for coverage are transparency, reporting, accountability, the federal fiscal crisis and more.

"It is our hope that this blog will promote wider government accountability and transparency through daily discussions," said AGA executive director Relmond P. Van Daniker in a statement.

The Association of Government Accountants is a 15,000-member professional association that serves government accountability professionals by providing education, professional development, certification, standards and research to advance government accountability.

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