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Budgeting for results funding priorities improving outcomes march 2012

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

Budgeting for Results

Funding Priorities, Improving Outcomes

March 2012

www.budget.illinois.gov


Mission vision statement

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

Mission/ Vision Statement

The mission of the BFR implementation team is to implement a comprehensive Budgeting for Results process in Illinois that incorporates all of the components necessary to determine funding priorities, assess program performance, inform decision making, and deliver results for the people of Illinois.

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Mission vision statement1

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

Mission/ Vision Statement

Our vision is to be a state in which agencies have the tools they need to collect, track and assess program performance and in which funding, policy and contracting decisions are based on the quality and return on investment of publicly-funded programs.

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Budgeting for results implementation

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

Budgeting for Results Implementation

Start with available revenue

3 year revenue projection increases transparency and provides overview of anticipated spending pressures

Governor’s budget must be based on existing revenues

Determine the State’s priorities

Outcomes and goals

Direct available resources to the programs that best address the needs of Illinois citizens

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Budgeting for results laying the groundwork for the future

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

Budgeting for ResultsLaying the Groundwork for the Future

INTRODUCE

IDENTIFY

MEASURE

EVALUATE

FY13 & Beyond

FY11/FY12

- Introduce BFR

- Develop goals for each outcome

- Create 7th outcome: healthcare

- Begin program identification

- Present FY13 introduced budget by program

  • FY13

  • - Begin using new performance reporting system

  • - Develop logic models for programs

  • - Begin development of outcome metrics

  • FY14

  • - Begin collecting outcome data in performance reporting system

  • - Report outcome data

  • & Beyond

  • - Institute ongoing performance management with all agencies

Goals for FY13+ are dependent on GOMB’s ability to engage performance metrics/management experts

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Budgeting for results funding priorities improving outcomes march 2012

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

Presenting the BudgetMoving Beyond the Agency Silos

FY12 Introduced Budget

Outcome

Agency

FY13 Introduced Budget

Agency

Program

Goal

Outcome

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Fy 12 progress

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

FY 12 Progress

Develop initial goals for each outcome area

Identify programs

Develop strategic plan

Begin development of logic models

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Budgeting for results funding priorities improving outcomes march 2012

Budgeting for Results

Sample state-level logic model:

Reducing and preventing youth tobacco use

Outcomes / Impact

Activities

Reach

Short-term

Medium-term

Long-term

Inputs

Increased awareness of need to eliminate youth access to tobacco products, including tobacco industry tactics, laws, noncompliance

  • Promote community involvement in restricting tobacco access to youth

    • Establish baseline of current practices

    • Inform/educate

    • Eliminate self-service

    • Facilitate active enforcement of laws

Increased compliance and enforcement of laws and policies

Decreased access to tobacco for minors

Community

Parents, Caretakers

Law enforcement

Retailer

Health Department

Coalition Members

Decreased supply to minors

Increased commitment to eliminate access/sources

Funding

Social norms less supportive of youth tobacco use

Increased knowledge and skills in participating in policy change

Increased # of youth actively engaged in policy change

Community org,

Businesses

Policy makers

Adults

Youth serving org

Youth

  • Partners

  • Local

  • Regional

  • State

  • Facilitate youth involvement in policy change

    • Recruit youth

    • Involve youth/adults

    • Educate

Increased commitment by youth and adults for youth to participate in policy change

Increased adoption of policy changes that involve youth in the change process

  • Promote school and community based prevention programs and policies

    • Establish baseline of existing resources

    • Educate

    • Assist with planning and implementing programs/services

Research and best practices

Delayed average age at first use; reduced initiation

Increased knowledge about tobacco dependence; benefits and options for youth prevention (e.g, CDC guidelines, school-family initiatives)

Schools

Community

Families

Youth serving org

Youth

Increased # of effective prevention programs or policies adopted

Reduced morbidity and mortality

Increased # of youth participating in prevention programs

See Treating Tobacco Addiction Youth Logic Model

Promote youth cessation services and

policies

Increased commitment to adopt effective programs/policies for youth prevention

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Challenges

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

Challenges

Capacity

Timeline and expectations

Collection, development, and incorporation of metrics

Agency and stakeholder engagement

Change management

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Bfr commission

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

BFR Commission

Commission made of bi-partisan group of 19 Commissioners

Consisting of elected officials, business leaders, academics, and budget experts

Advise and Budgeting for Results efforts

Issued statutorily required report in November

Held two public hearings and all meetings have been open to the public

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Key commission recommendations

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

Key Commission Recommendations

22 Recommendations related to:

Results and goals

Budget allocation

Mandates

Implementation strategies

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Important recommendations already enacted

Budgeting for Results

Governor Pat Quinn

Important Recommendations Already Enacted

Creation of 7thoutcome

Improving access to and cost effectiveness of healthcare

Distinguishes between healthcare and human service spending

Recommending that statutory transfers be subjected to the appropriations process

Undertaken during the reallocation process during veto session

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