Wednesday, April 24, 2013

CONFERENCE PROGRAM RELEASE: CPBB 2013 Annual Conference- "A Summit of Leading Practices"


Center for Priority Based Budgeting 2013 Annual Conference


"A Summit of Leading Practices"

July 9 & 10, 2013  Arlington, Virginia   Hilton Crystal City Hotel



“Today’s challenges have required local governments to work differently, looking to new and innovative approaches to service delivery, while at the same time reducing costs and increasing efficiency of operation. While “best” practices are always important for managers to follow and implement, it is those “leading” practices—creative and innovative ways to approach service delivery—that hold the greatest promise for us to truly “reinvent” government and the ways we do business…"

Robert O'Neill- Executive Director, International City/County Management Association (ICMA)  

The 2013 "Summit of Leading Practices" is the ONLY conference where all  
local government Leading Practices come together under one roof.  Be a part of the community of leading practices in local government management.

Unique Session Highlights Include:
Dynamic Speakers 
-PBB from the Elected Officials Perspective- Kathie Novak (Past President NLC)
-High Performance Organizations- Anton Gardner (Commonwealth Center for High Performance Organizations/HPO)
-Civic Engagement- Pete Peterson (Davenport Institute of Public Policy) 
-Long-Term Financial Planning- Shayne Kavanagh (Government Finance Officer's Association/GFOA)
-Fiscal Health- Chris Fabian/Jon Johnson (Center for Priority Based Budgeting)
-Priority Based Budgeting- Chris Fabian/Jon Johnson (CPBB)
Cutting Edge Tech Tools
An intense and in-depth focus on the technology and tools that make the work
of leading practices effective
-Online Civic Engagement- Robert Vogel (Peak Democracy)
-Web-Based Fiscal Health Diagnostic Tool- Jim Teece (Project A)

Innovative Case Studies ("User Group Experience")
-Featuring the nations leading community pioneers sharing their unique experiences in implementing Fiscal Health & Priority Based Budgeting:
Cincinnati, Ohio / Walnut Creek, California / Fort Collins, Colorado
Douglas County, Nevada / Lakeland, Florida / Wheat Ridge, Colorado
Boone County, Illinois and many more.....

Exhibition Hall- Featuring PBB Alley & Conference Sponsors


Brought to you by the Center for Priority Based Budgeting (CPBB) and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), in partnership with the Alliance for Innovation (AFI).


Register here for the 2013 Center for Priority Based Budgeting Conference

Exhibit space and sponsorship opportunities are available!

Contact Erik Fabian at for more information

The 2013 CPBB Annual Conference is strongly supported by Quartile 1 Sponsor SAFEbuilt

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