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The Journal of Government Financial Management ; 70(4):20-25, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1749623


Going forward, they must consider ways to modify their health and safety workplace models and policies, issue guidance for post-reentry personnel policies, and create a work environment that openly addresses topics such as telework and evacuation pay.2 To recalibrate effectively, it is important to understand the supporting elements of a sound crisis management strategy, detailed in Figure 2: * Trust the data. * Establish a forward-looking strategy. * Reduce damaging effects of the crisis. * Promote a culture of planning and preparedness. * Set the tone at the top. HHS leaders faced accusations of favoring wealthier hospital systems. Since the fund was designed to move money out the door quickly, the allocation scheme was based on hospitals' historic revenues, which potentially favored institutions that served patients who paid more.3 Subsequent legislation adjusted policies for this fund, and HHS made a concerted effort to transfer funds to more vulnerable communities for a broader public health recovery. Key factors in assessing recovery plans include monitoring economic rescue measures, safeguarding prosperity, promoting equity, and committing to programs that contribute to a fulfilling citizen experience.7 Many organizations could help monitor and coordinate actions at the state and local levels, such as the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the National Association of Counties and the National Conference of State Legislatures. Craig Maxwell, CGFM, is a senior associate in the risk practice at Grant Thornton Public Sector LLC, with I j over two years' A professional experience that includes CFO support services, strategic planning, grants management implementation, and enterprise risk management support to a number of federal, state, local, and non-profit clients.