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From security and total cost of ownership to financial integrity and operational efficiency, there’s plenty for nonprofit CFOs to consider before moving critical financial data to the cloud. Luckily, our newest white paper simplifies seemingly complicated cloud software decision-making with five key considerations. Download your free copy today.

FASB Deadline Nears On Accounting For Contributions Received and Made
The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) wants to improve and clarify guidance on revenue recognition of grants and contracts by nonprofits and is seeking comments and guidance on the topic. According to FASB, stakeholders have indicated that there is difficulty and diversity in practice. This diversity is most prevalent with government grants and contracts. Different interpretations can affect the timing of revenue recognized.
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Building Capacity Through Networks
Alan Collins, former vice president of HR at Pepsi and Quaker Oats and author of Unwritten HR Rules, once said, “Pulling a good network together takes effort, sincerity and time.” The results are well worth it. In their paper A Network Approach to Capacity Building, Jennifer Chandler and Kristen Scott Kennedy compile case studies that demonstrate how nonprofits participating in a network can leverage resources and knowledge to build capacity more effectively than those that “go it alone.” 
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