The City of Boise shared with us how they are using PBB data to support their Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP). Please come and hear their experience and share your ideas and practices with others in our PBB community.
Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) Webinar: Applying Program Level Data
Chloe Ross, Strategic Initiatives Program Manager
Office of Innovation and Performance
City of Boise, Idaho
Join ResourceX for a free webinar this Thursday March 19th, 10:00am MST to demonstrate how she integrated valuable program level data into her COOP plan. Please join us as we work to assist your organization with the sharing of ideas and making connections to support one another. Register!
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an urgent need for local governments to create and/or initiate their Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP). Priority Based Budgeting communities have a tremendous planning advantage by applying program level data.
Not only do you have the advantage of data, but you also have a community of practitioners who are facing the same challenges as you are. Connect with your PBB community to approach this emergency efficiently and effectively.
By applying program level data to COOP planning, PBB communities can:
Quickly identify all programs through program inventoryIdentify essential vs. non-essential programs
Understand costs (and potential costs savings) of performing (or not performing) individual programs
Assess exactly which employees support essential vs. non-essential programs (and if an employee gets sick, understand which programs need back-up support)
Determine mandate, reliance and partnership opportunities for each program
Identify fees that may be associated with essential programs (to evaluate the possibility of waiving that fee)
Clearly articulate COOP plan to staff, residents and community by communicating through program language vs. line items