Outcome Budgeting: Three Disruptive Innovations

November 14, 2018 | 11:00AM PT | 2:00PM ET

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Do you struggle to effectively prioritize spend at your agency?

Join us for a free, interactive session with Andrew Kleine to learn how you can implement performance-focused budgeting to drive more effective outcomes. And earn one CPE credit for successful completion of the training!

At the conclusion of the training, Learners will be able to:

  • Define and understand outcome-based budgeting
  • Leverage Baltimore’s experience on how to get buy-in and adopt performance-focused budgeting
  • Create their own plan for implementing outcome-based budgeting

Field of study: Business Management/Organization
Course level: Overview (General review from a broad perspective)
Prerequisite: No prerequisite knowledge is required
Delivery Method: Virtual Webinar
CPE: 1.00 credit sponsored by Workiva*
Cost: Free

*Participants must participate in group interactions during the event, and participants must stay for the entire duration of the event, as described in the event details, in order to be eligible for CPE.



Andrew Kleine
Andrew Kleine is a nationally recognized leader in budgeting for outcomes, long-term financial planning, Lean Government, and pension and health benefit reform. He is #40 on the 2017 ELGL Traeger List of Top 100 Local Government Influencers. He is the author of the forthcoming book, City on the Line: How Baltimore Transformed its Budget to Beat the Great Recession and Deliver Outcomes (Rowman & Littlefield), to be released in October 2018.

Caitlin Steel, CPA, MBA
Vice President of Product Management at OpenGov

Caitlin is a product leader with experience developing modern user friendly tools that drive automation and efficiency for complex financial processes.  Prior to working to develop these solutions she spent over 20 years in Finance and Accounting where she gained valuable in depth knowledge of how companies handle budgeting, accounting and finance.   Caitlin is responsible to ensure our products meet customers needs, are technically accurate and meet best practices in the government sector. She also serves as a volunteer member of the GFOA Budget Book review team.


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Outcome Budgeting: Three Disruptive Innovations