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Title: National Network Implementation Planning


1
National Network Implementation Planning
  • Sami Jae Grimes
  • June 11, 2008 Focus Team Meeting

2
Year 2050
Skyscraper farm
3
U.S. Population Change, 2000-2050, by county
4
Renewable Energy Sources
5
Transportation
6
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Megaregions
  • Cascadia
  • Northern California
  • Southern California
  • Texas Triangle
  • Arizona Sun Corridor
  • Great Lakes
  • Northeast
  • Piedmont Atlantic
  • Florida
  • Gulf Coast

8
Roadmap to 2050
2050
2013
2009
9
Bring the Future to the Present
  • National Network Implementation Plan
  • Developed by the focus teams
  • Based on the goals and strategies from the
    national strategic plan

2009 ? 2013
10
National Research Council
  • Two NRC Reviews 1994 2006
  • June 2006 reviewed National Sea Grant College
    Program evaluation process
  • Recommendations
  • Strong national network plan
  • Align state plans to national plan
  • Link evaluation process to the state/national
    plan

11
Integrated System - PIE
  • Planning network-wide
  • Implementation do what we said we would do
  • Evaluation see how well we did

Planning
Sea Grant College Program
Evaluation System
Implementation
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How the P affects the E in PIE
  • State of the Sea Grant Report Every 4 years
  • Sea Grant Programs evaluated based on state and
    national plans
  • Focus Teams review of annual reports
  • Networks role in planning informs the evaluation
    process

13
Audiences
  • Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
  • Congress
  • NOAA
  • OURSELVES!!

Evaluation
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Examples of National/Regional Activities
  • Habitattitude - AIS Project
  • Rip Currents Beach Safety
  • HACCP Seafood Safety
  • EPA/NOAA Smart Growth Initiative
  • Through planning and focus teams Sea Grant is
    positioning itself as a national program
    delivering national results.

15
Develop an implementation plan in two days!?!?
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Implementation Plan
Implementation Plan
Completed National Strategic Plan
17
National Sea Grant Strategic Plan 2009-2013
Meeting the Challenge
  • A Sea Grant Strategic Planning Steering Committee
    - appointed spring 2007
  • Developed a top-down and a bottom-up review
    document
  • National Stakeholder Forum - July 2007
  • Developed Focus Areas August/September 2007
  • Sea Grant Week October 2007
  • Two drafts of the plan went out to the network
    for comment
  • Currently being reviewed by NOAA for final
    approval

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Why we are here
  • Develop the networks first National
    Implementation Plan
  • Based on the National Strategic Plan, we will
    develop
  • Outcomes
  • Activities
  • Utilizing the Logic Model

19
Why we are here
  • Develop performance measures
  • Are we still going in the right direction?
  • Have we reached our destination?

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Example
  • Sustainable Coastal Development Focus Area
  • Goal Community capacity to prepare for and
    respond to hazardous events.
  • Outcome Coastal Communities have the capacity to
    prepare and respond to hazardous events.
  • Activity Create and disseminate integrated
    demographic and coastal hazard information
  • Performance Measure Increase in the number of
    (or percentage of) local, state and federal
    agencies that say that they rely on Sea Grant for
    information dealing with hazard mitigation

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Why Performance Measures?
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Performance Measures
  • How the measures will be used
  • Monitor national program performance
  • Track outcomes across the entire network
  • Develop performance measures for the new Sea
    Grant evaluation system

23
Nitty-Gritty Details
  • Goals Long Term Outcomes
  • Cross-cutting Goals
  • Make sure all functions of Sea Grant are covered
    in each focus area as appropriate
  • Representing the network

24
Agenda
  • Today
  • CSC walk through the logic model
  • Break into our Focus Teams
  • Discuss/develop outcomes that lead to each
    long-term outcome of the focus area
  • Discuss/develop activities
  • Report out (either today or tomorrow AM)
  • Tomorrow
  • Overview of Performance Measures (CSC)
  • Break into our Focus Teams
  • Discuss/develop performance measures

25
Next Steps
  • Draft Implementation plan sent to focus teams for
    comments
  • Network invited to comment
  • Submitted to Leon for final approval
  • All state Sea Grant Programs align their state
    strategic plans with national plans

26
Focus Teams and Facilitators
  • Nancy Wallace (NOAA Special Projects Office)
    Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply
  • Cindy Hagley (MN Sea Grant) Sustainable Coastal
    Development
  • Melissa Ladd (NOAA Coastal Services Center)
    Healthy Coastal Ecosystems
  • Pam Kylstra (NOAA Coastal Services Center)
    Hazard Resilience in Coastal Communities

27
Successful Meeting Essentials
  • Play full out!
  • Be open
  • Listen and Respect each other
  • Be creative
  • Stay focused
  • HAVE FUN!!

28
Questions?
29
Extra Slides
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Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
Principles
  • Focus on program improvement or ratings, but not
    both
  • Reward performance
  • Increase efficiency
  • Encourage collaboration
  • Be accountable
  • Be transparent
  • Retain program flexibility to address local
    issues

31
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
Overview
Cycle 1 Years
Cycle 2 Years
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Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
  • National Strategic/Implementation Plans
  • Every 4 years
  • Step 1 Strategic Plan for FY 2009-2013
  • Limited set of national priorities
  • Step 2 Implementation Plan
  • Network Focus Teams provide detail, measures,
    metrics, initiatives
  • Focus Teams will monitor and report on progress

33
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
  • Individual Sea Grant Program Strategic/Implementat
    ion Plans
  • Every 4 years
  • Based on National Strategic Plan
  • Individual program plans will not necessarily
    address all of the national priority areas
  • Program plans may include additional emphases as
    appropriate

34
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
  • Collective activities of the Sea Grant network
    constitute implementation of national plans
  • All programs will be on the same award cycle
  • Increase efficiency
  • Promote collaboration
  • Makes it easier to take on major new tasks as a
    network
  • Four-year cycle of implementation

35
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
  • Programs evaluated in three general areas
  • Approach to management
  • Scope success of engagement with stakeholders
  • Impact on society
  • Evolution of PAT criteria
  • Evaluation Criteria Options Working Group

36
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
  • Components
  • Annual Reports/Self-Evaluation
  • Site Visits
  • Performance Review Panel (PRP)
  • National Office Program Evaluation
  • State of the Sea Grant Program Review

37
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
  • Site Visits
  • Once every four years, beginning in 2009
  • Review two components
  • Program management and organization
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Main goal is program improvement report, but no
    rating
  • Limited focus and duration (1 ½ days)
  • Limited and focused briefing material
  • Chaired by Program Officer, with Review Panel, SG
    Director, external expertise

38
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
  • Performance Review Panel (PRP)
  • Once every four years, beginning in 2011
  • Evaluating rating the impact of each of the
    programs relative to their aligned plans (and
    including unplanned impacts)
  • Based primarily on annual reports, supplemented
    by limited briefing material
  • 15 members half from Review Panel, rest are
    senior-level outside experts
  • Main goal is comparative evaluation of
    performance report and rating

39
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
  • National Office Program Evaluation
  • Annual
  • Program Officer gains understanding of each
    program
  • Rating once every four years
  • Programs may appeal rating after two years

40
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
  • National State of Sea Grant Program Review
  • Led by Sea Grant Review Panel
  • Every four years, beginning in 2012
  • Information collected from state program reports
    and reviews
  • Informs subsequent national strategic planning

41
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
Transition
  • Alignment of implementation cycles
  • Project (omnibus) start dates
  • Four-year grant awards
  • Planning Alignment Memo
  • Transitional rating
  • Start off on an even footing
  • Covers 2005-2008
  • Based on current PAT criteria
  • Inputs are PRP and programs updated response to
    previous PAT review
  • National Office Program Evaluation
  • Rating will hold for two years

42
Integrated Planning, Implementation Evaluation
Next Steps
  • Focus Teams
  • Implementation Planning
  • Planning alignment
  • Evaluation Criteria Options Working Group
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