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Discover strategies for improving constituent experiences in government services with Todd Hoffman, Brett Nabors and Morgan Page on Weaver: Government Impact.
Explore effective strategies for managing operating budget pressures in government with Todd Hoffman, Brett Nabors and Morgan Page on Weaver: Government Impact.
In a business sale, due diligence is critical to mitigate the risk of unexpected tax issues for buyers and sellers. Find out key components of tax due diligence.
Join Todd Hoffman, Brett Nabors and Morgan Page in discussing six transformative pillars in government operations on the Weaver: Government Impact podcast.
This session highlights the questions government leaders are facing and the potential technology, tools and processes to drive improvement.
As artificial intelligence serves as a tool for scams, phishing and fraud, financial professionals must learn to use AI as a way to improve speed, scalability and threat intelligence.
As financial institutions overcome data overload, leaders need to understand client preferences to improve the customer experience. Tune in.
Discover how to navigate the intricate landscape of cybersecurity risks and gain insights into safeguarding organizational assets through strategic planning.
Weaver’s IT and Accounting Advisory leaders discuss new SEC cybersecurity rules and the use of generative AI. Learn more.
Weaver can assist Texas community colleges in developing solid data analytics infrastructure to prepare for the transition to new state funding requirements.
A reliable Quality of Earnings (QofE) report can level the playing field between buyer and seller in M&A transactions. Learn more.
How can financial institutions monitor social media activity and initiate a strategy to resolve issues timely enough to not be outpaced? Consider these steps:
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