Strategic Business Management
The Office of Strategic Business Management (OSBM) was created on October 1, 2003 when County Manager George Burgess combined the Office of Management and Budget with the Office of Performance Improvement.
"I believe that in order for us to progress into a stronger and more effective organization, it is vital that we foster an environment of business-oriented management, efficiency, and service orientation," wrote the Manager in his September 17, 2003 memo proposing this reorganization.
The FY 2010-11 Final Business Plan, Adopted Budget and Multi-Year Capital Plan, and Five Year Financial Outlook illustrates our results-oriented approach to resource allocation by tying together our annual business plans, the goals and objectives for the fiscal year and the results we anticipate, as well as a forecast of our financial position for the next five years.
Community Redevelopment and Municipal Services
The Community Redevelopment and Economic Policy Analysis Division (CREPAD) of the Office of Strategic Business Management is responsible for the oversight and management of Community Redevelopment Areas within Miami-Dade County.
Incorporation & Annexation
The Incorporation and Annexation Division (INC) focuses on incorporation and annexation policies in Miami Dade County. Areas of focus include: support of Municipal Advisory Committees (MACs), processing and supporting citizen initiated incorporation petitions, processing annexation petitions with municipalities, assisting in the transition process with newly formed municipalities, and development and execution of all necessary studies, negotiations and agreements to fully implement all of the Incorporation and Annexation policies approved by the BCC.
Management Planning and Performance Analysis
The Management Planning and Performance Analysis (MPPA) Division of the Office of Strategic Business Management is responsible for supporting the County’s strategic management framework and acts as an internal consultancy resource for improving governmental efficiency and effectiveness.
Getting Better at What Matters
Miami-Dade County conducted Resident Satisfaction Surveys in 2003, 2005 and again in 2008. Through these surveys residents are saying our services are getting better. The survey results help give us a picture of what is and isn't working. We are committed to making improvements and to continue offering you results that matter and that improve your quality of life in Miami-Dade County.
Miami-Dade County's Strategic Plan is the cornerstone of our results-oriented government. Budget decisions are based on the priorities identified through our strategic planning process. Each department develops a Business Plan that outlines how their key activities will support Strategic Plan priorities.
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