Managing For Results (MFR)
Maryland Managing for Results (MFR) is a strategic planning, performance measurement, and budgeting process that emphasizes use of resources to achieve measurable results, accountability, efficiency, and continuous improvement in State government programs.
Managing for Results is linked to the State budget process and decision making. The Department of Budget and Management requires agencies to submit with their annual budget requests their overall agency missions, visions, key goals and performance measures, as well as the missions, goals, objectives and performance measures for every program in their agencies. The Office of Budget Analysis in the Department of Budget and Management reviews agency submissions based on established criteria, and considers the content of the submissions when making budgetary decisions. The Department of Budget and Management also monitors results in key performance areas to assess the progress that State government is making in addressing key policy issues and efficiently solving problems that confront the State.
Did you know Hurricane Season Officially Starts June 1st?
Be sure to check out the links below to see how you can get a head start on Emergency Preparedness!
Town Hall Meeting with ODHH and MDAD June 1st 11am - 3pm
Hosted by: Cross Pointe Church of the Nazarene 27765 Nanticoke Road Salisbury, MD 210801
Part of Family Fun Day! Beginning at 3:00pm join with ODHH, MDAD, PCRID, DORS, and MD Relay. Sponsored by: ESAD, In His Hands Deaf Ministry, and Quota Inc.
Brown Bag Lunch Is Back!
The next BBL: Friday, May 31, 2013 12:00 PM Workforce Technology Center Room T130 2301 Argonne Drive Baltimore, MD 21218 Remember to bring your Bagged Lunch! BBLs began many years ago as a networking opportunity for professionals working with deaf, hard of hearing, and deafblind individuals.
The BBL is open to all who work with individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, or deafblind. If you are interested in hosting a BBL, please let us know. We look forward to seeing you all there!
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!