Natwar M. Gandhi

D.C. chief financial officer Natwar M. Gandhi delivered two warnings at the beginning of this year's budget season: The city relies too much on reserve funds and borrows too heavily to pay for capital projects. Both actions had to stop, he warned.
 
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