Here are insights from three government organizations navigating the challenges of procurement and project management.
Posts Tagged: budgeting
The “thinking small” mindset works only until you scale up. At some point, to see a benefit, it has to go to scale. That requires an investment.
Lean budgeting is a more efficient way to establish a sustainable financial framework and supports innovation, growth and opportunities.
The continued evolution of data transparency requires that governments move data from informing to enabling stakeholders. Pairing modern technology with the timeless art of storytelling is a key way to overcome current public sector challenges and solve real-world problems.
More people are thinking about their retirement right now because they’ve been under pay freezes, budget cuts, sequestration and furloughs.
Small local governments are often supported by enthusiastic and passionate individuals. Leaders work hard to provide for their constituents and update their communities. But what can they do when their budget isn’t enough to support their projects?
This past year, for the first time, departments were instructed to isolate their technology-specific investment requests and submit them for review by DoIT and their budget analyst ahead of the capital budget proposal deadline.
A government that works together serves its people better. Yet, interdepartmental collaboration can be difficult to foster and maintain. How can departments align their objectives and start working together?
Creating your government budget is important to maintain a high-level of operational integrity while supporting organizational innovation.
Policymakers wanting to improve their government’s performance are often presented with a rich menu of choices by their advisers. They are told that they could choose from several options: Budgeting Reforms, Performance Budgeting, Outcome Budgeting, Performance Agreement, Project Management, Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), ISO 9000, Lean Sigma and so on. Alas, as we shall see,… Read more »