Illinois budgeting for results update 6.19.13

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Presented 6.19.13 at "Measuring Matters: Aligning Performance Measures in Budgeting for Results" at Boeing Chicago.

Presented 6.19.13 at "Measuring Matters: Aligning Performance Measures in Budgeting for Results" at Boeing Chicago.

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  • 1. Greg Wass, Governor’s Office of Management and Budget6/19/13State of Illinois
  • 2. Budgeting for ResultsPerformancemanagementProgrambudgetingZero-basedbudgeting
  • 3. 3“…a method of budgeting where each prioritymust be justified each year according to meritrather than according to the amount appropriatedfor the preceding year” (P.A. 96-958).BFR will determine the budget for each stateagency based on the contribution its programsmake to achieve the state’s overall strategic goals.9 statewide outcomes400+ programs60+ agencies under the Governor$60 billion total annual state budget
  • 4. 4Area Outcome DefinitionEducation Improve School Readiness andStudent Success for AllIncrease percentage of Illinoisans equipped with skills and knowledgeneeded for postsecondary and workforce success.EconomicDevelopmentIncrease Employment &Attract, Retain and GrowBusinessesClose the opportunity gap in Illinois by ensuring the labor force has theskills necessary to meet the needs of employers and maximize earningpotential. Increase business investment and entrepreneurship in Illinois.Public Safety Create Safer Communities Reduce incidents of death, violence, injury, exploitation and fraud.Improve Infrastructure Improve the condition of infrastructure to protect citizens and supportcommerce.Human Services Meet the Needs of the MostVulnerableEnsure all residents—but particularly children, the elderly, and personswith disabilities—are able to experience a quality life by meeting basicliving needs, and providing protection from abuse and discrimination.Increase Individual and FamilyStability and Self-SufficiencyReduce demand on the human service system by providing services tohelp individuals and families better support themselves.Healthcare Improve Overall Health ofIllinoisansLower health care costs by improving the health of Illinoisans.Environment andCultureStrengthen Cultural &Environmental VitalityStrengthen and preserve our natural, historic, and cultural resources tomake Illinois a more attractive place for people to visit, live and work.Government Services Support Basic Functions ofGovernmentImprove the basic infrastructure of state government and provide thetools necessary to operate more efficiently and achieve statewideoutcomes.
  • 5. Currently 60+ across state governmentOrganized by outcome groupHigh-level people in agenciesDiverse groupKnowledgeable about programs and budgetsResponsible for identifying indicatorsResponsible for performance reportingResponsible for change management within agency5
  • 6. • Established BFR Commission• Completed strategy maps / CCT / GFOA• Completed logic models• Defined result areas• Validated statewide outcomes• Identified impact-level indicators for each outcome• Identified outcome-level indicators for each outcome• Identifying program-level indicators for each programCROsCommonstatewideoutcomesUniform datamodel &methodsData collection& analysis Decision support2012 2013 20146
  • 7. OutcomeImpact-level indicatorOutcome-level indicatorsProgram-level indicators7
  • 8. • Generally-accepted long-termmeasures that reflect overallconditions in the state• Impact Indicators: Unemployment rate Statewide infrastructure condition index Cost of health care per capita Dollars generated by tourism % of Illinoisans’ with a high qualitydegree or credential Unnatural death rate and statewideproperty loss index % of target population meeting "qualityof life" levels % of target population meeting "strongand stable" criteria Satisfaction index of stakeholdersOutcomeImpact-levelindicatorOutcome-levelindicatorsProgram-levelindicators8
  • 9.  Measure changes in statewideoutcomes that are influenced moredirectly by state gov’t activities Examples: % of 8th graders meeting orexceeding state standards in reading& math % of counties with state-approvedemergency plans / mitigation plans Transportation fatalities index % of Illinoisans with disabilities livingin the least restrictive settingsappropriate to their needs % of Illinoisans with a primary carephysician % change in visitation to museums andsitesOutcomeImpact-levelindicatorOutcome-levelindicatorsProgram-levelindicators9
  • 10.  Measures of efficiency oreffectiveness of a program relatedto respective outcome indicators Examples:Estimated number of Illinois drivers thatlearn the dangers of drinking and drivingEstimated number of people reached byDNR state park advertising Last step in building the data modelis to define at least one indicator foreach program by end of June 2013OutcomeImpact-levelindicatorOutcome-levelindicatorsProgram-levelindicators10
  • 11. • Collect and report data for each program’s indicator(s) on amonthly or quarterly basis• Refine and train staff on tools to analyze programperformance data for decision support purposes• Pilot Budgeting for Results in FY15 budget process• Integrate Budgeting for Results approach (outcomes,programs, analytics) into appropriations process for FY15CommonstatewideoutcomesUniform datamodel &methodsData collection& analysis Decision support2012 2013 201411