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Title: Results and Performance Accountabilty, Decision-making and Budgeting


1
CUTTING BUDGETS with RBA/OBA
Better Decision-making. Greater Public Confidence.
GENERATE
ANALYZE
DECIDE
The Fiscal Policy Studies Institute www.raguide
.org www.resultsaccountability.com
Book - DVD Orders amazon.com resultsleadership.org
2
CUTTING BUDGETS with RBA/OBA
Better Decision-making. Greater Public Confidence.
GENERATE
ANALYZE
DECIDE
Non-Mandated
Mandated
GENERATE Traditional Methods
Low
Cut Prevention Infrastructure
1. Darts
2. Across the board x cut
3. Service by service line by line admin -
new/not started - reduce served - reduce
quality cut provider(s) cut entire service
LIfe Health - Safety
Medium
4. Revenue and restructuring taxes fees
reserves - incentives - investments
5. Targeting matrix non-mandated programs,
low impact on life, health and safety
High
Protect Deep end
3
CUTTING BUDGETS with RBA/OBA
Better Decision-making. Greater Public Confidence.
GENERATE
ANALYZE
DECIDE
GENERATE Traditional Methods
Plus RBA/OBA Methods
1. Darts
2. Across the board x GF cut (w buy-back?)
3. Service by service reduce served
reduce quality cut provider(s) cut
service entirely
4. Revenue and restructuring taxes fees
incentives - investments
5. Targeting matrix non-mandated programs,
low impact on life, health and safety
6. Least harm to quality of life and service
performance
4
CUTTING BUDGETS with RBA/OBA
Better Decision-making. Greater Public Confidence.
GENERATE
ANALYZE
DECIDE
ANALYZE Traditional Methods
1. Triage a. Politically feasible
(winners-losers, press, geography) b.
Administratively feasible (legal, implementable)
2. Impact a. Financial Impact GF Fund
savings, Loss of matching funds (if
any) Cost shifting / offsetting costs (if any)
b. People Impact
5
CUTTING BUDGETS with RBA/OBA
Better Decision-making. Greater Public Confidence.
GENERATE
ANALYZE
DECIDE
ANALYZE Traditional Methods
Plus RBA/OBA Methods
1. Triage a. Politically feasible
(winners-losers, press, geography) b.
Administratively feasible
2. Impact a. Financial Impact Disc. Fund
savings, Loss of matching funds (if
any) Cost shifting / offsetting costs (if any)
b. Population Quality of Life Impact on key
indicators
c. Performance Impact on How much did we do?
How well did we do it? Is anyone better off?
measures
6
CUTTING BUDGETS with RBA/OBA
Better Decision-making. Greater Public Confidence.
GENERATE
ANALYZE
DECIDE
DECIDE Traditional Methods
1. Darts
2. Political self interest
3. Public good
7
CUTTING BUDGETS with RBA/OBA
Better Decision-making. Greater Public Confidence.
GENERATE
ANALYZE
DECIDE
DECIDE Traditional Methods
Plus RBA/OBA Methods
1. Darts
2. Political self interest
3. Public good
a. Impact on quality of life b. Impact on
the performance of key services
8
CUTTING BUDGETS with RBA/OBA
Better Decision-making. Greater Public Confidence.
GENERATE
ANALYZE
DECIDE
6. Least harm to quality of life and service
performance
2. Impact b. Population Quality of Life
Impact on key indicators c. Performance
Impact on How much did we do? How well
did we do it? Is anyone better off? measures
3. Public good
Whats different?
a. Impact on quality of life b. Impact on
the performance of key services
9
RBA/OBA Least Harm Cutback Exercise 1
POPULATION  Least harm to POPULATION quality of
life (Population Accountability)  
1. Identify a population result/outcome to which
your organization most directly contributes.
(e.g. Healthy People, Sustainable Environment,
Children Ready for School)   2. What is your
organization's role in contributing to this
result/outcome?   3. What do you do that causes
the greatest contribution?   4. What do you do
that causes the least contribution? (Least harm
cut candidates)   5. How could you change the way
you do your work so as to make the same, or close
to the same, contribution with less resources?
(Least harm cut candidates)  
- Time 5 minutes for each question - Record
answers for each question. - Report 3 best ideas
and reasoning
10
RBA/OBA Least Harm Cutback Exercise 2
PERFORMANCE  Least harm to CUSTOMERS' quality of
life (Performance Accountability)
1. Identify one service.   2. Identify the
primary customer group.   3. What are you doing
that is most effective in improving the lives of
your customers?   4. What is least effective?
(Least harm cut candidates)   5. How could you
change the way you do your work so as to make the
same, or close to the same, contribution with
less resources? (Least harm cut candidates)  
- Time 5 minutes for each question - Record
answers for each question. - Report 3 best ideas
and reasoning
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