Performance Counts! Evaluation Report on Phase II Budget Integration Presentation to the Guiding Coalition. Draft Report May 18, 2005. Contents. Introduction Background Phase II Objectives & Tasks Phase II Results Lessons Learned Implementation Approach Organization Process Technology
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May 18, 2005
Phase II Budget Integration
The next stage of this effort began in July 2004 and focused on aligning the PC! programs and budgets for seven pilot departments, thereby initiating integration of PC! into County resource and management decision-making; pilot results are reflected in the 2005-06 Proposed Budget.
The focus of thePhase II Performance Counts! pilot was to align programs and budget reporting units to more effectively integrate performance results into budget decision-making and answer “What resources are invested to achieve what results?”. The seven Phase II pilot departments are:
Similar to other Strategic Plan-related initiatives, the Guiding Coalition provided overall leadership. Other key team members included:
The pilot effort concluded with the development of the integrated budgets for inclusion in the 2005-06 Proposed Budget.
Organizations rely on metrics to drive improvement efforts and track organization’s performance. Utilize performance based decision making models.
Organizations begin to see the value of relying on performance-based data and begin to build infrastructure to support ongoing performance measurement.
Organizations recognize the importance of developing performance measures either due to internal or external pressures and began to build reporting systems.