Version 7 section• brief discussionPFM Sustainability:The SIAF/FMIS Tipping PointDoug HaddenVP Products
Version 7 section• brief discussionthe 4 amigos
Version 7 section• brief discussionsustainabilityaffordablemeetsneedsadapt toreformleapfrogself-sufficiencyTCO
Version 7 section• brief discussionSIAF traditionMIDDLEWAREDEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTREUSABLE CODECONFIGURATIONAPPLICATIONNEE...
Version 7 section• brief discussionrealityMIDDLEWAREDEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTREUSABLE CODEAPPLICATIONNEEDS NEW NEEDSDIFFEREN...
Version 7 section• brief discussion“poorer practices”different budget & financialclassificationsinability to report on mon...
Version 7 section• brief discussionsolutioning77government rejects custom softwareafter years of developmentinability to u...
Version 7 section• brief discussionvisibilityCurrent NeedsNow SpecializationSilos BenchmarksTrends Future NeedsFutures
Version 7 section• brief discussionCOTS dilemmaMIDDLEWAREDEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTREUSABLE CODECONFIGURATIONAPPLICATIONNEEDS...
Version 7 section• brief discussion“best practices”1010use of line-item budgetingnot using budget & commitmentcontrols in ...
Version 7 section• brief discussionimpact1111so much customization – bears noresemblance to originalinability to easily pr...
Version 7 section• brief discussionhttp://www.freebalance.com/blog/?p=3495
Version 7 section• brief discussion3rd choice: GRPMIDDLEWAREDEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTGOVERNMENT PLATFORMCONFIGURATIONAPPLICA...
Version 7 section• brief discussionleapfrogintegrated multiple year budgetplanning and execution10 years of budget data on...
Version 7 section• brief discussion1515www.transparency.gov.tl
Version 7 section• brief discussionachieve government sustainability?platform & technology built forPFMengage PFM communit...
Version 7 section• brief discussionhow?ProblemBlueprintOpen SystemCOTS &PlatformAcceleratedimplementationExperiment“govern...
Version 7 section• brief discussion.943.286low medium high very highCanada.908Antigua.764Mongolia.653Liberia.329Timor-Lest...
Version 7 section• brief discussionGlobalPFMProviderCanadianCompanyGRPLeader100%GovernmentFocusISO-9001/2008CoversBudgetCy...
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FreeBalance Public Financial Management Sustainability the Government Resource Planning Tipping Point

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Presentation made at the InterAmercian Development Bank workshop on Government Financial Management systems. Covers the problems encountered with custom-development in Latin America, ERP in government & how a new approach: Government Resource Planning needed

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FreeBalance Public Financial Management Sustainability the Government Resource Planning Tipping Point

  1. 1. Version 7 section• brief discussionPFM Sustainability:The SIAF/FMIS Tipping PointDoug HaddenVP Products
  2. 2. Version 7 section• brief discussionthe 4 amigos
  3. 3. Version 7 section• brief discussionsustainabilityaffordablemeetsneedsadapt toreformleapfrogself-sufficiencyTCO
  4. 4. Version 7 section• brief discussionSIAF traditionMIDDLEWAREDEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTREUSABLE CODECONFIGURATIONAPPLICATIONNEEDStechnicalenvironment
  5. 5. Version 7 section• brief discussionrealityMIDDLEWAREDEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTREUSABLE CODEAPPLICATIONNEEDS NEW NEEDSDIFFERENT APPLICATIONintegrationextensibilitycostriskgovernance
  6. 6. Version 7 section• brief discussion“poorer practices”different budget & financialclassificationsinability to report on money spentfor objective or to costincreasing procurement arrears &higher pricesreversals in previous years financialinformation or outside system
  7. 7. Version 7 section• brief discussionsolutioning77government rejects custom softwareafter years of developmentinability to upgrade to accrualaccountinginability or difficulty to supportIPSAS , GFS & other standardsinability to reconcile accounts
  8. 8. Version 7 section• brief discussionvisibilityCurrent NeedsNow SpecializationSilos BenchmarksTrends Future NeedsFutures
  9. 9. Version 7 section• brief discussionCOTS dilemmaMIDDLEWAREDEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTREUSABLE CODECONFIGURATIONAPPLICATIONNEEDSgovernancecustomization‘enterprise’costsproprietary
  10. 10. Version 7 section• brief discussion“best practices”1010use of line-item budgetingnot using budget & commitmentcontrols in ERP softwareinability to see “free balance” inreal timeintroduction of unneededcomplex processes
  11. 11. Version 7 section• brief discussionimpact1111so much customization – bears noresemblance to originalinability to easily progressivelyactivate new functionsforced product upgradeshigh costs and significant delays
  12. 12. Version 7 section• brief discussionhttp://www.freebalance.com/blog/?p=3495
  13. 13. Version 7 section• brief discussion3rd choice: GRPMIDDLEWAREDEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTGOVERNMENT PLATFORMCONFIGURATIONAPPLICATIONGOVERNANCENEEDSNEEDgovernment platformcustomCOTSfasterextensible
  14. 14. Version 7 section• brief discussionleapfrogintegrated multiple year budgetplanning and execution10 years of budget data on-linedecentralization & progressiveactivation to all gov’t entitiescomprehensive PFM-drivenreform on government platform
  15. 15. Version 7 section• brief discussion1515www.transparency.gov.tl
  16. 16. Version 7 section• brief discussionachieve government sustainability?platform & technology built forPFMengage PFM community deeply togain visibility to futurecommit to government successesand feature improvementsdevelop methodology like“Governance Valuation”
  17. 17. Version 7 section• brief discussionhow?ProblemBlueprintOpen SystemCOTS &PlatformAcceleratedimplementationExperiment“governmententities”Pilot? ‘MVP’into productionFeedbackIncrementAdd & AdjustConfiguration inplatformExamplesSustainProgressivelyActivateMaintainedCOTS platformfrom years to months
  18. 18. Version 7 section• brief discussion.943.286low medium high very highCanada.908Antigua.764Mongolia.653Liberia.329Timor-Leste.495| | |Selection of FreeBalance Customers, National Level GRP Implementationsfrom low to very high Human Development Index
  19. 19. Version 7 section• brief discussionGlobalPFMProviderCanadianCompanyGRPLeader100%GovernmentFocusISO-9001/2008CoversBudgetCycleModernWebTechnologyHighSuccessRateCompany Summary

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