Annual Meeting

Virtual Annual Meeting

 Virtual 

 2020 Annual Meeting 

Online August 4-12

Week 1 - Agenda

Tuesday, August 4th
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern

Welcome and Opening Remarks 

Matt Riven, Deputy Commissioner, Vermont Department of Finance & Management and NASBO 2020-2021 President

National Economic Outlook: Implications For States
Rick Mattoon
, Senior Economist and Economic Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

The recession triggered by the COVID pandemic is unlike any other downturn in US history. States are dealing with unprecedented levels of uncertainty while trying to adjust fiscal policy to extreme conditions. Where are current economic conditions and what does a recovery look like? What can states do to support recovery and maintain fiscal balance?

Wednesday, August 5th
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Eastern

Director Roundtable: Fiscal State-Of-The-States Discussion

This is an opportunity for a member from each state/territory to describe their current fiscal condition.



Thursday, August 6th
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM Eastern


Update From A Ratings Agency: Trends In State Debt & The Current Credit Environment

Nicholas Samuels, Vice President & Senior Credit Officer, Moody’s Investors Service

This session will examine trends in state credit rating moves, economic and financial drivers, debt and pension medians, and the outlook for credit after COVID-19.

 

Stress Testing State Budgets
Dan White, Director of Government Consulting and Fiscal Policy Research, Moody’s Analytics

This session will provide an overview of state stress tests recently completed by Moody’s Analytics and discuss their fiscal and policy implications. This research estimates the fiscal shock (revenue declines and spending increases) facing state budgets in the wake of COVID-19, examines state reserve levels, and projects budget gaps based on these findings.

Week 2 - Agenda


Monday, August 10th
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM Eastern

Business Meeting & Award Presentation
Matt Riven
, Deputy Commissioner, Vermont Department of Finance & Management and NASBO 2020-2021 President

 

COVID-19: Federal Fiscal Response
Marcia Howard, Executive Director, Federal Funds Information for States

State Speakers

This session will begin with an overview of federal funding provided to states/territories in response to the coronavirus. State speakers will then discuss uses of federal assistance to states and other issues related to federal actions.

Wednesday, August 12th
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern

Impact of COVID-19 On Medicaid & Other Health Care Issues
Robin Rudowitz,
Vice President at the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and Co-Director for the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured

Tom Betlach, former Director, Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System and former Arizona State Budget Director

Increased Medicaid enrollment and costs as a result of COVID-19 and the resulting economic impact are at the forefront of state concerns.  We will hear about current trends in Medicaid and how states are addressing these challenges.




  


Pricing


NASBO members can attend for free!
(all employees in governors' executive budget offices)


Friends of NASBO can attend for
$250 for entire meeting or $50 per session.
(federal/other state government, non-profits, education groups)


Private Sector Employees can only attend with a confirmed meeting sponsorship.
(To confirm a sponsorship contact Lauren Cummings.)

Registration

Register for all sessions using the link on the left or individual sessions using the links on the right.


Platinum Sponsors

Anthem Fluent Health MaximusMoody'sPFM

Silver Sponsors

InforUnitedHealthcare Community & State

Bronze Sponsors

CGICNSIIntuitKronosPerformaS&P Global RatingsWorkiva