Financial stakeholders in the federal government face escalating pressure to demonstrate accountability and transparency as stewards of taxpayers’ funds. It’s worth taking a step back and asking the stakeholders themselves: what would they most like to see happen in the next decade? A recent GBC flash poll looks closer.
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