Performance Based Budgeting: Where are you in your journey?

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"Performance Based Budgeting: Where are you in your journey?" presented by Adam Lindsay at Summer 2013 NCLGBA Conference (July 11, 2013)

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Performance Based Budgeting: Where are you in your journey?

  1. 1. Performance Based Budgeting - Where are you in your journey? Adam Lindsay Director of Strategic Management Rockingham County July 11, 2013 alindsay@co.rockingham.nc.us
  2. 2. Elevating Performance Measures to Performance Management 1. Mission 2. Assessment 3. Performance
  3. 3. Mission
  4. 4. Goal Setting and Performance Measurement Alignment and Integration Office of Budget Evaluation & Development
  5. 5. Why do this? Communicate alignment of staff actions & plans with expressed interests of elected leaders Provide focus to achieve results
  6. 6. Introducing the process Citywide Goals (Council & Staff) Department Goals Division Objectives Performance Measures
  7. 7. Assessment
  8. 8. Dashboards • Catawba County • Rock Hill, SC - performance • Rock Hill, SC – financial • NC Water & Wastewater Rates • SOG Fiscal Condition • Wayne County, MI
  9. 9. Scorecards/Reports
  10. 10. Citizen Report
  11. 11. Video Reports • Rock Hill, SC • Charlotte Performance Video
  12. 12. Internal Report
  13. 13. Performance
  14. 14. CitiStat Models Baltimore, MD Winston-Salem Somerville, MA
  15. 15. Balanced Scorecard
  16. 16. Other Initiatives Rockingham County – Commissioner Goals Cary – Priority Based Budgeting Rockingham County – Lean Management Rockingham County – Strategic Business Portfolios
  17. 17. Current State Map
  18. 18. Future State Map
  19. 19. Data Summary  Current state process data (hours): ▫ Delays = 14.5 days ▫ Cycle time = 4.3 days ▫ Total Lead time = 18.8 days  Future state process data (hours): ▫ Delays = 8.0 days ▫ Cycle time = 3.8 days ▫ Total Lead time = 11.8 days 37% Potential Improvement in Lead Time
  20. 20. Savings from Central Permitting •Eliminate 2.75 Positions = $52,023 (Env Hlth Spec) + $31,317 (Perm Tech) + $35,594 (Perm Tech) - $6,500 (Prog Assist) = $112,434 Annual Savings •Increased Efficiencies for Clients & Staff •Reduced Frequency of Gov Center Visits •Reduced Overall Time Spent with Staff •Reduced Time To Issue Land Development Permits
  21. 21. Opportunity Costs • High Client Satisfaction Levels • County Land Development Process Reputation for Excellence • High Level of Coordination Between Land Development Departments • Agility to Continuously Improve Land Development Process

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