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At the beginning of 2015, over 80 communities across North America have implemented Priority Based Budgeting (PBB), impacting over 11 million citizens across the US and Canada. Now in 2016, over 120 cities, counties, school districts and special districts will be practicing PBB, using the process and tools to reshape the way all of a community’s resources are leveraged to achieve results, and inviting citizens further into an authentic role of influence and participation.
At its core, Priority Based Budgeting is a process to ensure that your community is getting the best bang for the taxpayer dollar. The underlying philosophy of priority based budgeting is about how a government entity should invest resources to meet its stated objectives. It helps us to better articulate why the services we offer exist, what price we pay for them, and, consequently, what value they offer citizens.
The principles associated with this philosophy of priority based budgeting are:
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