RESOURCEXCHANGE INTERVIEW SERIES
Innovations and Insights In Your Own Words
Every other Wednesday, ResourceX will devote time to building community with an exciting opportunity to get to know your Local Government leaders. Guests range from PBBi practitioners to partners and innovators in the local government community.
Join Chris Fabian, Co-Founder and CEO of ResourceX, for an informal and informative interview session. Chris and the week's guest will discuss all matters relevant to the interviewee's expertise, allowing each guest to share their perspective on everything from their favorite book to the most significant challenges and successes in their local government experience.
Each guest will respond to a series of questions common to each week, a series of questions specific to their experience, and questions submitted by attendees during the registration process.
PRESENT YOUR PERSPECTIVE
The unique perspectives from each guest, the successes they have achieved, and the failures they have overcome, are invaluable to the PBBi community and peers.
The network within the PBBi community should be readily available and attainable to users and peers. Getting to know one another increases access to information and innovation.
NEW AND NOTEWORTHY
The application of data is both the same and different across communities. The interpretation of the data makes it your own. Shared best practices bond communities through shared wins.
Senior Manager of Research, GFOA
Wednesday, November 4, 2020, 1:00 pm CST
Shayne has been a leader in developing the practice and technique of long-term financial planning and policies for local government. He started GFOA's long-term financial planning and policy consulting offering in 2002 and has been working with governments on financial planning and policies ever since. Shayne has worked with many governments of different sizes and types on financial planning and policies across the United States and Canada. Recently, Shayne and GFOA released a research report on the District of Columbia’s approach to capital planning. DC has been succeeding in dealing with the “infrastructure crisis” and the backlogs of unfunded maintenance that afflict many local governments. This new research shows a way to make it easier for local governments to not only replicate the technical aspects of what DC has done but also invent approaches to asset management that best fit local conditions.
General Manager of Corporate Services
City of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta
John has successfully participated in PBB implementations in multiple organizations and is currently leading the PBB activities in Fort Saskatchewan. Fort Saskatchewan is applying PBB data to transform their budget process and increase communication with their elected officials. By translating their budget to a "program-focused model," the city can better align services to community results. Finally, Fort Sask is on the front-lines of PBB communities applying PBB to their Capital budget process—therefore tying both operating and capital budgets to results!
Wednesday, October 7, 2020