Outcome Based Purchasing Strategy And Training


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Outcome Based Purchasing Strategy And Training

  1. 1. Outcome-Based Purchasing Strategy & Training/Work Sessions Presentation by colleague agencies – Department of Housing & Community Development April 3 & 17, 2007Presented by: Akm RahmanSenior Information and Program CoordinatorDivision of Community ServicesDepartment of Housing & Community Development(617) 573 – 1413akm.rahman@state.ma.uswww.mass.gov/dhcd
  2. 2. ROMA – 1993 to Present… GPRA Government Performance & Results Act 1993 The National Goals and The ROMA Act Outcome Measures 1998 (NG/OMs) 1996 - 1997 The 12 National Indicators 2004 - 2005
  3. 3. The Five Priorities… Information Technology Strategic Planning Innovative & Demonstration Projects Reporting Process Training and Technical Assistance
  4. 4. The Six National Goals Low income people become more self-sufficient. The conditions in which low income people live are improved. Low income people own a stake in their community. Partnerships among supporters and providers of services to low income people are achieved. Agencies increase their capacity to achieve results. Low income people, especially vulnerable population, achieve their potentials by strengthening family and other supportive systems.
  5. 5. The National Goals and Outcomes –What are we measuring? Self-sufficiency – Family Stability - Income Enhancement - Income Utilization -Family and Individual Child Care, Health Budget Counseling, Tax Energy Discounts,Self-Sufficiency, Case Care, Adult Education Credits Individual Savings Management Community Assets – Community Quality of Community Living ConditionsHousing Rehabilitation Life – Preservation - Living Wage Jobs, Advocacy, Neighborhood Centers, Housing Rehabilitation Empowerment, Child Care Centers Access to Services Agency Capacity – Agency Capacity – Independent Living - Transportation, Resource Mobilization Partnerships Services to Seniors Services to Special (Public, Private, and and Disable People Population Third Sector ResourcesEmergency Services – Family Supportive Community Employment – Job Heating Assistance Services – Involvement – Placements, Food, Disaster Relief, Child Care, Parenting Volunteering, Employment Support, Domestic Violence Skills, Youth Services Partnerships, Coalition GED, ABE Building Prevention
  6. 6. DHCD Planning and Reporting EnvironmentROMA Planning Community Action Planning – Once every 3 years Consolidated State Planning – Once every 2 years CSBG Annual Application – Once a year Work plan and Budget Negotiations – Once a yearROMA Reporting & Evaluation Semi – Annual Program Progress Reporting – Twice a year Annual Program Progress Reporting – Once a year CSBG Information System (IS) Survey – Once a year
  7. 7. DHCD Planning and Reporting EnvironmentCommunity Action Planning CSBG Annual Application On-Site Monitoring Annual & Semi-annual Reporting
  8. 8. PROGRAM MANAGER: DEPARTMENT:  SERVICE CATEGORY:      Project / program evaluation:       (For Program Progress Reports Only) Description of Outcome-Based Activities Outcome Measurement Description of Actual Activities -Baseline Clients The National Goals & Conducted -Service Delivery Type (Activities must be: S.M.A.R.T) Outcome Measures and Outcomes -Measurement Method Agency Attained Projected OutcomesS = SPECIFIC BASELINE CLIENTS:  NATIONAL GOALS &   - INDIVIDUALS OUTCOME MEASURES:M = MEASUREABLE  - FAMILIES SERVICE DELIVERY: AGENCY PROJECTED A = ATTAINABLE  - CASE MANAGEMENT OUTCOMES:       - INFORMATION & REFERRAL      R = RELEVANT/RESULTS ORIENTED  - OTHER            T = TIME CONSTRAINED MEASUREMENT METHOD:   - SURVEY   - CLIENT TRACKING   - BOTH  - SCALES & LADDERS  (LIST TYPE OF SCALES USED)
  9. 9. Use of Outcome Data – Annual Reports