Can Government Do More with Less?
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Can government do more with less? In this talk, I explore why government needs to do more differently or less with less..

Can government do more with less? In this talk, I explore why government needs to do more differently or less with less..

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  • ~20 Million Government Employees <br /> 2.1 million federal employees <br /> 19,429 Municipal Governments <br /> 21,300 Distinct organizations across federal legislative, executive, and judicial <br />
  • Largest government network with 85k+ member <br /> Links like minded people and projects to enhance efficiency in government <br /> Assesses and addresses key topics and trends in government <br /> Integrates the private sector through thought leadership and knowledgeable interaction <br />
  • What are ways you can increase revenue? Get rid of sacred cows. TSA bin advertisement. WA DOT ads <br />
  • You can’t do everything. You can’t just add new comm channels without eliminating others. SSA killed paper statements. All banks have. Why haven’t you? <br />
  • Do we need the same amount of space? GSA cut space in half & went to hoteling. Also same agencies adding co-working areas <br />
  • Can you do meetings online tools like Google+ Hangouts <br />
  • Fire B team / Buyouts <br />
  • Can’t sign all the high paying free agents. Need buyouts, let people move on. Replace 1 high paying with 3 entry level folks <br />
  • Rethink how delivering services. Can you cut hours? Do fewer hours but at times when people can use. Or meet where they arePostal Service on Saturdays <br />
  • Rethink how delivering services. Can you cut hours? Do fewer hours but at times when people can use. Or meet where they arePostal Service on Saturdays <br />
  • Often we do process for process sake. For years, govt agencies have wasted countless $ re-doing C&A on systems from same vendors. FedRamp hopes to solve this <br />
  • Any one still have a process like this? In an old job, we had the red folder process where he had to print copy of a document and circulate it through 10 people manually for signatures before approved <br />
  • Small, open systems not massive complex procurements <br />
  • Shared services – still stuck in silos. Not leverageing <br />
  • Instead of one big procurement, lots of smaller ones <br />

Can Government Do More with Less? Presentation Transcript

  • 1. THE KNOWLEDGE NETWORK FOR GOVERNEMNT
  • 2. Are We Recreating the Wheel?
  • 3. How We Help Online Training Sessions In-Person Training Sessions Guides INFOGRAPHICS
  • 4. Macro Trends 1. Increasing Demands for Government Services 2. Staggering Deficits (budget cuts for decades) 3. Rapid Technology Change 4. Retiring Experienced Workforce
  • 5. Insanity: Doing the same thing Over and Over again And expecting different results - Albert Einstein
  • 6. GovLoopism Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over again (then shrinking resources) and expecting (better)results.
  • 7. Let’s Do Some Math Normal Work/Normal Resources More Work Everything Less Resources No Resources
  • 8. Only Two Options: 1) Do More Do it Differently 2) Do Less With Less
  • 9. 10Opportunities
  • 10. 1. Rethink Learning
  • 11. 2. No-Cost, Self-funding Models
  • 12. 3. Increase Revenue
  • 13. 4. Eliminate Unnecessary Services
  • 14. Rethink Offices5.
  • 15. 6. Fire the C Team
  • 16. 7. Rethink Service Delivery
  • 17. 8. Eliminate Unnecessary Processes
  • 18. 9. Focus on Big Impact/ Cut the Rest
  • 19. Focus on Big Impact/ Cut Rest
  • 20. 10. Rethink Procurement
  • 21. Communications PublicWorks ParksandRec Emergency Planning Health Safety
  • 22. In Summary. . . More Differently Less with Less Rethink Learning No Cost / Self Funding Models Increase Revenue Eliminate Unnecessary Services Rethink Offices Fire the C Team Rethink Service Delivery Eliminate Unnecessary Processes Focus on Big Impact / Cut Rest Rethink Procurement
  • 23. Reach out Steve Ressler Founder, GovLoop steve@GovLoop.com @GovLoop
  • 24. Download Free Recent Guides Govloop.com/guides