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What’s Next?. Phase 2. Administrative Functions Report Generation NPL Reviews. Phase 3. Plan of Work Updates. Annual Report of Accomplishments and Results. A future phase of the One Solution. Why are we asking for this data?. And what are we going to do with it?. OMB PART.

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What s next

What’s Next?


Phase 2

Phase 2

  • Administrative Functions

  • Report Generation

  • NPL Reviews


Phase 3

Phase 3

  • Plan of Work Updates


Annual report of accomplishments and results

Annual Report of Accomplishments and Results

A future phase of the One Solution


Why are we asking for this data

Why are we asking for this data?

And what are we going to do with it?


Omb part

OMB PART

  • OMB’s Program Assessment Rating Tool

    • Program Purpose & Design

    • Strategic Planning

    • Program Management

    • Program Results

  • CSREES Goal 1 Portfolio reviewed 2004; Goals 3 & 5 in 2005; Goals 2 & 4 in 2006


Current fully aligned usda ree csrees strategic goals

Current fully aligned USDA-REE-CSREES Strategic Goals:

1. Enhance economic opportunities for agricultural producers

2. Support increased economic opportunities and improved quality of life in rural America

3. Enhance protection and safety of the nation’s agriculture and food supply

4. Improve the nation’s nutrition and health

5. Protect and enhance the nation’s natural resource base and environment


Strategic plan portfolios

Strategic Plan & Portfolios

  • Strategic Plan on CSREES website (www.csrees.usda.gov)

  • Appendices provide Problem Area Code structure and Portfolios


Explanatory notes budget justifications

Explanatory Notes/Budget Justifications

  • Introduction: national problem, why important & how CSREES plans to solve problem

  • How CSREES plans to spend funds

  • What would happen if funding not received


Budget justifications cont

Budget justifications (cont.)

  • Draw on past accomplishments

  • Identify performance measurements and evaluation plans

  • Acknowledge and deal with environmental complexities

  • Cover 57 funding lines (64 programs)


Evaluating research education efforts portfolio approach

Evaluating Research & Education Efforts: Portfolio Approach

  • OMB demands led to development of new portfolio assessment tool and measures; POW updates

  • Portfolio analysis (meta-analysis) used to assess progress toward goals; guide RFAs/POWs

  • Tracking papers, citations, patents, products, educational efforts, adoption of products/ practices

  • Uses OMB R&D criteria (relevance, quality, performance)


Portfolio as a new concept

“Portfolio” as a new concept

  • Portfolio as unit of analysis is new concept --Funding lines, programs, and organization of CSREES work units had not included portfolios

  • Use of Expert Panels

  • Use of Knowledge Areas codes for all CSREES classification is new concept

  • Allows numerous complex interrelated programs and funding lines to be described as they address objectives and goals of USDA


References

References

  • CSREES Plan of Work Web Page

    • http://www.csrees.usda.gov/business/reporting/planrept/plansofwork.html

  • Plan of Work Training

    • http://www.csrees.usda.gov/business/reporting/planrept/training_fy0711.html

  • Bart Hewitt

    • [email protected]

    • 202-720-0747


End of module 6

End of Module 6

  • Bart Hewitt

    • [email protected]

    • 202-720-0747


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