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Mn dot abc modeling linking program support with district models

Mn/DOT ABC ModelingLinking Program Support with District Models

Prepared bySteve Colton, Lenhardt & Colton, LLC

January 26, 2001


What is linking
What is Linking?

  • A means of communicating between Program Support Office models and District models that

    • Allows demands to flow “up,” from the District models to Program Support, and

    • Allows dollars to flow “down,” from the Program Support models to the Districts.

  • Answers the following questions:

    • What are the demands placed on Program Support resources by the Districts?

    • What are the costs of the Program Support services provided to the Districts?


In visual terms

Program Support

The Districts

In Visual Terms

Demands

Outputs& Costs


The issue is translation factoring how and in which model

Program Support

The Districts

The Issue is Translation (Factoring) How and in Which Model

How many Program Support Outputs EQUAL the District Demands?

Outputs& Costs

Demands


The textbook solution every psg demand is a district supply

Land Mgmt Model

Activity output provided to the Districts is a normalized Acquired Parcel

Unit of measure is the number of (n) Acquired Parcels

District Model

Demand placed on OLM Activity is XXX

Unit of measure is YYY

The Textbook SolutionEvery PSG Demand is a District Supply

Factor* = # of (n) Acquired Parcels# of XXX measured in YYY

*At some level in the District Model


The textbook breaks down
The Textbook Breaks Down

  • There are two different situations

    • Program Support & District have similar capability—Therefore Program Support does only some of District work

    • Program Support has unique capabilityTherefore Program Support does all of District work

  • District Models designed to manage all work by hours not by outputs (External resources are considered labor resources)

  • Program Support effort by activity is relatively small compared to other district costs


The answer is service agreements

Program Support

The Districts

The Answer is Service Agreements

Service Agreements

Outputs& Costs

Demands


The service agreement calculation office of land management example
The Service Agreement CalculationOffice of Land Management Example


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