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Council on VA's Future Presentation

  1. 1. LEAD Virginia Virginia’s Approach to Performance Leadership and Accountability April 17, 2010 Jane N. Kusiak Executive Director Council on Virginia’s Future
  2. 2. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Outline Introduction to the Council on Virginia’s Future Virginia’s Approach to Performance Leadership and Accountability Continued Evolution of Virginia Performs ON Vehicles for Communication and Regional Dialogue C OUNCIL Special Focus on Educational Attainment Concluding Remarks 2
  3. 3. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Council Purpose Origin ✤ The Council was established to serve as an advisory board to the Governor and the General Assembly. ✤ It is a forum where legislative, executive branch, and community leaders come together for work that transcends election cycles, partisanship, limited organizational boundaries, and short-term thinking. ON Purpose ✤ Provide long-term focus on high-priority issues. C OUNCIL ✤ Create an environment for improved policy and decision-making. ✤ Increase government accountability, operations, and performance. ✤ Inform citizens about performance and engage them in dialogue about Virginia’s future. 3
  4. 4. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Membership The Honorable Robert F. McDonnell, Chair Governor, Commonwealth of Virginia Mr. John O. (Dubby) Wynne, Vice Chair President & CEO (retired), Landmark Communications General Assembly Members Citizen and Business Community Leaders The Honorable Ward L. Armstrong The Honorable William D. Euille Minority Leader, Virginia House of Delegates Mayor, City of Alexandria The Honorable Charles J. Colgan Mr. W. Heywood Fralin President pro tempore & Chairman, Senate Finance President & CEO, Medical Facilities of America, Inc. Committee, Senate of Virginia ON The Honorable H. Morgan Griffith Mr. James F. McGuirk, II Majority Leader, Virginia House of Delegates President, AKLM Consulting, Inc. C OUNCIL The Honorable William J. Howell Mr. Harris N. Miller Speaker of the House, Virginia House of Delegates President & CEO, Career College Association The Honorable Yvonne B. Miller Dr. Edward G. Murphy Member, Senate Finance Committee, Senate of Virginia President & CEO, Carilion Clinic The Honorable Thomas K. Norment, Jr. The Honorable Michael J. Schewel Minority Leader, Senate of Virginia Partner, McGuireWoods LLP The Honorable Lacey E. Putney Cabinet Member Chairman, House Appropriations Committee The Honorable Richard D. Brown Virginia House of Delegates Secretary of Finance The Honorable Richard L. Saslaw Majority Leader, Senate of Virginia 4
  5. 5. Virginia’s Approach to Performance Leadership and Accountability
  6. 6. C OUNCIL ON V IRGINIA’S F UTURE 6
  7. 7. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Architecture of the Virginia Performs System ON C OUNCIL 7
  8. 8. C OUNCIL ON V IRGINIA’S F UTURE 8
  9. 9. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Are We Making Progress? Improving Maintaining Losing Ground Business Climate Business Startups Personal Income, Wages Workforce Quality Employment Growth & Salaries Economy Poverty Unemployment Third Grade Reading College Graduation Lifelong Learning Fourth Grade Reading High School Dropout Education & Math Achievement High School Graduation Educational Attainment School Readiness Adoption Cancer Health Insurance Smoking Life Expectancy Obesity Health & Family Cardiovascular Disease Foster Care Suicide ON Child Abuse & Neglect Immunization Teen Pregnancy Infant Mortality C OUNCIL Crime Juvenile Intakes Public Safety Traffic Fatalities Emergency Preparedness Adult & Juvenile Recidivism Air Quality Land Preservation Historic Resources Natural Resources Water Quality Solid Waste & Recycling Land Use Infrastructure Condition Transportation Traffic Congestion Bond Rating Internet Access Taxation Consumer Protection Government & Voter Registration & Citizens Turnout 9
  10. 10. How Does Virginia Compare to Other V IRGINIA’S F UTURE States? INDICATOR RANK 1- 11- 21- 31- 41- 1- 11- 21- 31- 41- 10 20 30 40 50 INDICATOR RANK 10 20 30 40 50 ECONOMY EDUCATION Business Climate  College Graduation-4-Year  Business Startups  College Graduation-2-Year  Employment Growth  Fourth Grade Reading  Personal Income  Fourth Grade Math  Poverty  High School Dropout  Unemployment  PUBLIC SAFETY ON Workforce Quality  Emergency Preparedness  HEALTH & FAMILY Property Crime  C OUNCIL Cancer Deaths  Violent Crime  Cardiovascular Disease  Traffic Fatalities   Health Insurance  TRANSPORTATION Immunization  Infrastructure – Deficient Bridges  Infant Mortality  Traffic Congestion – Commute Time  Obesity  GOVERNMENT & CITIZENS Smoking  Bond Rating  Suicide  Consumer Protection – ID Theft  Teen Pregnancy  Internet Access—Digital Government  NATURAL RESOURCES Taxation  Historic Districts  Voter Turnout  10
  11. 11. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE How are Our Regions Doing? Hampton Economy Central Eastern Northern Southside Southwest Roads Valley West Central Business Startups         Employment Growth         Personal Income         Poverty         Unemployment         Hampton Education Central Eastern Northern Southside Southwest Roads Valley West Central School Readiness         High School Graduation         High School Dropout         Sr. Plans: Associate’s Degree         ON Sr. Plans: Bachelor’s Degree         Hampton Health and Family Central Eastern Northern Southside Southwest Roads Valley West Central C OUNCIL Cancer         Cardiovascular Deaths         Foster Care         Infant Mortality         Obesity         Suicide         Teen Pregnancy         Hampton Public Safety Central Eastern Northern Southside Southwest Roads Valley West Central Property Crime         Violent Crime         Juvenile Intakes         Traffic Fatalities         Trend Key:  Improving  Maintaining  Worsening 11
  12. 12. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Are Agency Measures Aligned with High- Priority Goals? ON C OUNCIL 12
  13. 13. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Linking Policy and Performance ON C OUNCIL 13
  14. 14. Continued Evolution of Virginia Performs
  15. 15. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Continued Evolution of the System Continued Evolution of Virginia Performs: Virginia’s Performance Leadership & Accountability System Manage to Outcomes DESIRED SOCIETAL RESULTS Council’s vision and long-term goals and Critical Priorities •!Enterprise Scorecards ! •!Forums on Key SOCIETAL-BASED INDICATORS Environmental Scan: How is Virginia doing? Outcomes and Priorities •!Results Teams ON ENTERPRISE LEADERSHIP AGENDA Are government operations well managed? ! C OUNCIL MEASURES TO MONITOR PROGRESS Are we achieving desired results on critical outcomes and priorities? Strategic Leadership for Performance Improvement •!Clear locus of responsibility for enterprise performance AGENCY LEADERSHIP AGENDAS Agencies’ strategic and service area plans management •!Enhanced communication and ! feedback AGENCY PERFORMANCE MEASURES Are agency programs producing desired results? 15
  16. 16. Executive Progress Reports V IRGINIA’S F UTURE ✤ Enhance agency reporting by developing a concise, integrated, and strategic view of agency progress, challenges, and opportunities for improvement. ON ✤ Drafts were developed C OUNCIL for the Departments of ‣ Conservation and Recreation ‣ Medical Assistance Services ‣ Motor Vehicles 16
  17. 17. Vehicles for Communication and Regional Dialogue
  18. 18. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE ON C OUNCIL Virginia Performs Home Page (VaPerforms.virginia.gov) 18
  19. 19. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Regional View: Hampton Roads Performs Home page ON C OUNCIL ! Scorecard ! 19
  20. 20. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE A Number of Products Complement the Web-based View ON C OUNCIL 20
  21. 21. Special Focus on Educational Attainment
  22. 22. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE ON C OUNCIL Long-Term Focus on Critical Issues Source: Council analysis based on data from the Virginia Department of Education, the NCHEMS Information Center for Higher Education Policymaking and Analysis, and the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). 22
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  25. 25. Educational Attainment is Lagging in V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Virginia and the U.S. Adults with at Least an Associate Degree (per 100 Adults) Percent Change in Cohort Age 45 to 54 Age 25 to 34 Attainment Rate Canada 43.2 54.8 26.9% Japan 39.3 54.1 37.7% ON Korea 19.2 53.0 176.0% C OUNCIL New Zealand 38.1 43.6 14.4% Ireland 24.0 42.2 75.8% Virginia 42.9 41.6 -3.0% United States 39.6 39.2 -1.0% Source: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Education at a Glance 2008. Virginia data from the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS). 25
  26. 26. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Closing the “Degree Gap” Closing the Degree Gap with Best-Performing Countries Projected Virginia Population 25-64 Years Old in 2020 4,753,930 Educational Attainment (Associate’s Degree or Higher) Needed 2,359,230 to Match Best-Performing Countries Number of Individuals in 2020 Population Cohort (25-64 Year (1,357,140) Olds) Who Already Have College Degrees ON Additional Degrees Gained by 2020 if Virginia Maintains Its (217,150) C OUNCIL Current Annual Net Migration of Degree Holders Projected Growth in Degrees Awarded by Private Sector (31,400) Institutions Additional Degrees Produced by 2020 at Current Annual Rate (680,270) DEGREE GAP: Additional Degrees (Associate’s and 73,270 Bachelor’s) Still Needed by 2020 Source: National Center for Higher Education Management Systems, 2009. 26
  27. 27. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Forums Focus on Key Issues ✤ Internal and external thought leaders were brought together to clarify critical issues and opportunities to improve higher education outcomes: ‣ Economic Competitiveness: Aligning Higher Education and Workforce Needs: This forum, which focused on ON issues related to enhancing the alignment of higher education with critical emerging workforce needs, was led by Dr. Chris C OUNCIL Chmura, President of Chmura Economics and Analytics. Net Tuition as a Percent of Total Public Higher Education Revenue, by State for FY 2008 ‣ Higher Education Finances and Productivity: Led by Dennis Jones, President of the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems, and Jane Wellman, Executive Director of the Delta Project on Postsecondary Education Costs, Productivity, and Accountability. 27
  28. 28. Concluding Remarks
  29. 29. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Concluding Remarks ✤ Key themes for performance leadership: ‣ Put results first: public investment decisions should be clearly tied to meaningful societal goals and evaluated through a focus on outcomes. ‣ Openly access progress: emphasize transparency in ON operation and promote accountability. C OUNCIL ‣ Encourage positive change: provide the right tools and incentives to promote innovation and productivity improvement. 29
  30. 30. V IRGINIA’S F UTURE Sites of Interest Virginia Performs: VaPerforms.virginia.gov Hampton Roads Performs: HamptonRoadsPerforms.org Council on Virginia’s Future: future.virginia.gov ON C OUNCIL Jane N. Kusiak Executive Director Council on Virginia’s Future 1001 E. Broad St., Suite 430 Richmond, VA 23219 804.371.2346 JaneKusiak@virginia.edu 30

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