Driving meaningful outcomes requires identifying strategic priorities, aligning your team, securing the resources, managing the execution, and communicating impact during the budget process.
No matter how you currently budget, you can make small and meaningful changes to increase your budget framework maturity and align the budget process with your strategic plan. No matter how you measure your performance, you can also make small and meaningful changes to centralize your ability to track progress towards your strategic goals and drive community outcomes. During this webinar, we will dive into best-in-class examples of planning and performance frameworks for driving exceptional progress in your community through your budget.In this webinar, you will learn: Best practices for strategic budgeting – from ideation to cross-functional coalition building;How performance measures can be used to better inform budgeting and strategic program decision making; andHow to drive internal stakeholder alignment and community engagement around strategic performance measures by sharing results in the right ways.
Amber McClure, Solutions ArchitectOpenGov
Amber has nearly a decade of experience in government and a decade in the private sector. Prior to joining OpenGov, Amber served as the Chief Budget Officer for Escambia County, Florida through the pandemic and Hurricane Sally. She also served as Senior Accountant with the City of Pensacola, Florida, where she was an integral part of one of the City’s largest projects in its history.Micah Intermill Director, Solutions Engineering, OpenGov
Micah Intermill serves as Director, Solutions Engineering for OpenGov, focusing on customer support, budgeting and performance, product strategy, and industry trends. Prior to his role at OpenGov, Micah served as Budget Director with the City of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Over a four-year period, Micah successfully overhauled the City’s budget system, processes, and modernized budget office staffing in service of providing relevant and actionable budget and policy recommendations department heads, the Mayor, and City Council. Immediately prior to joining the City of Minneapolis, Micah served as Chief Financial Officer for the Department of Administration at the State of Minnesota. Micah holds over 15 years of experience in the public sector in roles ranging from budget and finance, human resource and strategic management, operations, and advocacy.
_______________________________________________________________________THIS SESSION QUALIFIES FOR 1 FREE CPE CREDIT (Must attend live session) Participants must participate in group interactions during the event, and participants must stay for the duration of the event, as described in the event details, in order to be eligible for CPE. Field Of Study: Accounting (Governmental)Course Level: Overview (General review from a broad perspective)Prerequisite: No prerequisite knowledge is requiredAdvanced Preparation: No advanced preparation is requiredDelivery Method: Group internet basedCPE: 1.00 credit(s) courtesyFor more information regarding certificate of completion, concerns and program cancellation policies, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org