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2003 SESSION

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HB 2097 Administration of government; long-term planning; Roadmap Va's Future.

Introduced by: Michele B. McQuigg | all patrons    ...    notes | add to my profiles

SUMMARY AS PASSED: (all summaries)

Administration of government; long-term planning; Roadmap for Virginia's Future. Establishes long-term results-based planning for state government through the implementation of the "Roadmap for Virginia's Future" process that includes: (i) developing a set of guiding principles that are reflective of public sentiment and relevant to critical decision-making, (ii) establishing a long-term vision for the Commonwealth, (iii) conducting a situation analyses of core state service categories, (iv) setting long-term objectives for state services, (v) aligning state services to the long-term objectives, (vi) instituting a planning and performance management system consisting of strategic planning, performance measurement, program evaluation, and performance budgeting, and (vii) performing plan adjustments based on public input and evaluation of the results of the Roadmap. The bill also establishes the Council on Virginia's Future to advise the Governor and the General Assembly on the implementation of the Roadmap for Virginia's Future process and repeals the Performance Management Advisory Committee. In addition, the bill establishes the Government Performance and Results Act which requires each state agency to develop a strategic plan and provides for the Governor to develop an implementation plan for each agency. The bill contains a sunset provision of July 1, 2008.


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