Online Budget Guide–Comments

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Paul Shinn

Paul Shinn is a Budget and Tax Senior Policy Analyst with OK Policy. Shinn has held budget and finance positions for the Oklahoma House of Representatives, the Department of Human Services, the cities of Oklahoma City and Del City and several local governments in his native Oregon. He's also taught political science and public administration at the University of Oklahoma, University of Central Oklahoma, and California State University Stanislaus. While with the Government Finance Officers Association, Paul worked on consulting and research projects for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Transportation, and several state agencies and local governments. He also served as policy analyst for CAP Tulsa. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from University of Oklahoma and degrees from the University of Oregon and the University of Maryland College Park. He lives in Oklahoma City with his wife Carmelita.

2 thoughts on “Online Budget Guide–Comments

  1. Is there a pdf down load of the entire Budget Guide? It is better to download and then view/read offline in pdf format. I hope you see the wisdom in this request; especially for those who have slow dial up internet connections.
    Thank you for all the good work you are doing for our great state of oklahoma.

  2. No, we opted to make this an online publication so there is not a single PDF version. But we do have a 6-page Talking Points version in PDF which you can find on the right hand side of the Online Guide homepage. Thanks for your kind comments about our work

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