Are you frustrated tackling capital budgeting and improvement plans using outdated technology?
Capital budgeting and improvement plans are all about projects requiring collaboration across multiple departments touching disparate systems such as budgeting, performance, reporting, and communications. Aligning on the optimum strategic capital projects, tackling budgeting, and tracking the performance of these capital projects can be unwieldy.
With an integrated, cloud-based solution, you can send and receive capital planning proposals, track performance on capital projects, comment on key reports, and engage with stakeholders across multiple teams. After this webinar, you will learn how you can:
- Follow best practices for Capital Improvement and Capital Budgeting
- Improve decision making by leveraging technology to visualize capital project proposals, timelines, and progress reports
- Save time by leveraging technology easily adjust capital project proposal line items, and how to create dashboards to streamline capital meetings
*The live webinar on May 30th, 2019 is available for 1 CPE credit. The on-demand version of the course is not eligible for CPE credit.
Participants must participate in group interactions during the event, and participants must stay for the duration of the event, as described in theevent details, in order to be eligible for CPE. For information regarding you certificate of completion, please contact email@example.com.
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Director of Product, OpenGov
Prior to his role at OpenGov, Scott served as the Manager of Process and Technology in the Office of Management and Budget for Montgomery County, Maryland. While there, he lead a team that built a national award winning budget application called BASIS which replaced numerous failing legacy and ERP budget systems. BASIS revolutionized the budget process (Operating and Capital) in Montgomery County and saved the jurisdiction substantial time, effort and money. Mr. Coble has extensive knowledge and experience in both the private and public sectors, serving in a number of different capacities including budget management, software engineering, information security, project management and graphic/web design. Over the last 20 years Scott has worked for Fortune 500 companies (General Electric | Lockheed Martin), small to mid-size businesses (The Technology Development Group | ASSYST), and as a contractor / employee for both local (Montgomery County, MD | City of Frederick, MD) and the federal government (Intelligence Community | Department Of Defense).
Scott holds a Master’s Degree in Information and Telecommunications Systems from Johns Hopkins University, a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering from Virginia Tech and a Certificate in Public Management from George Washington University.
Budget Director, Suffolk County
Eric is the Budget Director at Suffolk County. He is a proven leader of people, experienced CFO with record of improving and sustaining financial performance and operational efficiency through the establishment of cross-functional partnerships to deliver stellar results. Agile, strategic leader, accountable for $2.9 billion budget, adept at streamlining, reorganizing and providing planning and leadership to department directors to achieve the organization's goals. With extensive experience of financial management and strategic budget development through the use of forecasting models, variance analyses, operational needs assessments and performance measurements. His vast experience in varying governmental structures has made him very successful in developing and implementing policies, integrating technology, evaluating revenue and cost saving initiatives, managing complex budgets and making sound recommendations, while promoting a collaborative environment.