OECD Conference: Sequencing and Pacing of Performance Budgeting Reforms. Dustin Brown Deputy Assistant Director for Management Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President, US. James Inder
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OECD Conference: Sequencing and Pacing of Performance Budgeting Reforms
Deputy Assistant Director for Management
Office of Management and Budget,
Executive Office of the President, US
Director, Financial Support and Training Office, Bureau of Resource Management, US State Department, United States.
Arrange by Problems/Outcomes, not Agencies/Programs
Example from Community and Economic Development
Community Facilities Direct Loan ($300M loans)
Community Facilities Guaranteed Loan ($210M loan)
Community Facilities Grants ($17M)
Rural Business Enterprise Grants ($40M)
Intermediary Relending Program ($16M)
Rural EZs/ECs ($13M)
Econ Devt Admin ($320M)
Brownfield Assessment/Cleanup ($121)
CD Loans ($7M)
Rural Housing and ED ($25M)
National CD Initiative ($30M)
Indian CD Block Grant ($72M)
HOME Investment ($2,084M)
Native American Housing BG ($647M)
Self-Help Homeownership ($65M)
FHA Asset Control Program
Land and Water Conservation Fund ($94M)
Regional Economic Development Agencies
Appalachian Regional Commission ($66M)
Denali Commission ($6M)
Delta Regional Authority ($2M)
Small Business Administration
504 Loans ($4,500M in loans)
New Market Venture Capital ($3M in loans)
Bank Enterprise Award ($5M)
Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp ($115M)
Tax Incentives (5-year revenue loss)
New Markets Tax Credit ($3,500 M)
EZ/Renewal Communities ($6,800 M)
Brownfield Tax Expensing ($1,000 M)
Work Opportunity Tax Credit ($270M)
Welfare to Work Tax Credit ($90M)
TOTAL: 12 agencies; 35 programs
$16 billion (approps+loans+tax)
Note: funding data is from 2005.
3. What is the purpose of the programs?
4. Where are the program strengths and weaknesses?
5. How do these programs measure success?