Report to Budgeting for Results Commission 01.25.13


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Report to Budgeting for Results Commission 01.25.13

  1. 1. State of Illinois - Budgeting For ResultsBFR Commission meeting, 1/25/13 1
  2. 2. 1. Performance measures and data2. Budget book3. Appropriations processIllinois Budgeting for Results 2
  3. 3. Result Area Outcome Definition1. Education A. Improve School Readiness and Success Increase percentage of children successfully completing P-20 education with skills and knowledge needed for postsecondary and workforce success.2. Economic Development B. Increase Employment Close the opportunity gap in Illinois by ensuring the labor force has the skills necessary to meet the needs of employers and maximize earning potential. C. Attract, Retain and Grow Businesses Increase business investment and entrepreneurship in Illinois.3.Public Safety D. Create Safer Communities Reduce incidents of death, violence, injury, exploitation and fraud. E. Improve Infrastructure Safety Improve the condition of infrastructure to protect citizens and support commerce. Illinois Budgeting for Results 3
  4. 4. Result Area Outcome Definition4. Human Services F. Meet the Needs of the Most Vulnerable Improve cost effectiveness and quality of human services provided to people in need. G. Increase Family Stability and Self- Reduce demand on the human service Sufficiency system by providing services to help individuals and families better support themselves.5. Healthcare H. Improve Overall Health of Illinoisans Lower health care costs by improving the health of Illinoisans.6. Quality of Natural, I. Strengthen Cultural & Environmental Strengthen and preserve our natural,Cultural, and Environmental Vitality historic, and cultural resources to makeResources Illinois a more attractive place for people to visit, live and work.7. Government Services J. Support Basic Functions of Government Improve the basic infrastructure of state government and provide the tools necessary to operate more efficiently and achieve statewide outcomes. Illinois Budgeting for Results 4
  5. 5. Organizing concepts: Each agency now has a “Chief Results Officer” Recognize difference between “impacts” (long-term results) and “outcomes” (things state government directly affects in short-term) Define impact-level and outcome- level indicators Measure programs based on their contribution to statewide outcomes Measure outcomes (not outputs)Illinois Budgeting for Results 5
  6. 6. Chief Results Officer: Responsible for agency involvement in Budgeting for Results Part of the statewide Budgeting for Results team and statewide outcome groups Change agent and leader within Agency to drive performance measurement and management improvement Align existing agency performance reporting with Budgeting for ResultsIllinois Budgeting for Results 6
  7. 7. Implementation plan: Action Date Confirm impact-level indicators 2/1/13 with agencies Validate output-level indicators 3/1/13 with agencies Agencies identify program-level 5/1/13 indicators Load program-level indicators 6/1/13 into PRS Begin data collection 7/1/13 First quarterly BFR report 11/1/13Illinois Budgeting for Results 7
  8. 8. Issues: Aligning agency programs with outcome groups Tweaking name/description of each outcome Capturing outcome-level indicators correctly Putting performance measures into contracts and grantsIllinois Budgeting for Results 8
  9. 9. FY14 Partial implementation Agency narratives include performance measures, with available BFR program measures identified and tied to outcomes New, separate chapter explaining budgeting for results BFR table compares program budget to line-item budget “Cost per outcome,” all fundsFY15 More complete implementation All programs reporting BFR measures for minimum two fiscal quarters BFR-driven budgeting processIllinois Budgeting for Results 9
  10. 10. ($ in millions, FY13) Education (incl pension) 2,955 Economic Development Public Safety 6,804 62 5,123 Human Services Healthcare 1,433 12,551 Nature, Culture and Environment 78 Government Services (incl pension0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% & group health)Illinois Budgeting for Results 10
  11. 11. FY14 Meeting with groups of legislators to discuss BFR/approps Budget hearings – highlight available performance measures Approps committees organized by result areas?FY15 Budget hearings – report on performance of all programs Attention to how programs support statewide outcomes $ bills should include BFR impact (i.e., est. change in outcome)Illinois Budgeting for Results 11