How does an agency performance plan link to their budget?

The lowest level at which agency efforts and their corresponding performance measures tie to the budget is the organizational level. Each organizational level in the state budget system will list specific services, products, and/or activities (SPAs) and measures for which resources are allocated.  For each service, product, and/or activity, you will need to identify the highest-level budget organization number related to the service, product, and/or activity.  You will need to record this on the agency performance plan template, and have this information available, as you enter your agency budget request into the state budget system.

In addition, since multiple budget organizations can attach to a particular SPA or more than one SPA can attach to a budget organizational level, you will also need to know the exact percentage breakdown, if applicable, as you create the links between performance and budget data in the I/3 budget system.

Program Area
State Budget, Performance Management
Topic(s)
Performance Plan, Agency Budget

Printed from the Iowa Department of Management website on April 21, 2018 at 6:41am.