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Planning and Resource Allocation involves the activities of determining strategic direction, identifying and establishing programs and processes, and allocating resources (capital and labor) among those programs and processes.

  • Budget Formulation

    Budget Formulation involves involves all activities undertaken to determine priorities for future spending and to develop an itemized forecast of future funding and expenditures during a targeted period of time. This includes the collection and use of performance information to assess the effectiveness of programs and develop budget priorities.

  • Capital Planning

    Capital Planning involves the processes for ensuring that appropriate investments are selected for capital expenditures.

  • Enterprise Architecture

    Enterprise Architecture is an established process for describing the current state and defining the target state and transition strategy for an organization’s people, processes, and technology.

  • Strategic Planning

    Strategic Planning entails the determination of annual and long-term goals and the identification of the best approach for achieving those goals.

  • Budget Execution

    Budget Execution involves day-to-day requisitions and obligations for agency expenditures, invoices, billing dispute resolution, reconciliation, service level agreements, and distributions of shared expenses.

  • Workforce Planning

    Workforce Planning involves the processes for identifying the workforce competencies required to meet the agency’s strategic goals and for developing the strategies to meet these requirements.

  • Management Improvement

    Management Improvement includes all efforts to gauge the ongoing efficiency of business processes and identify opportunities for reengineering or restructuring.