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Public input sought on FY 2014 budget

Friday, March 8, 2013

The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services and the Mayor's Office of Budget and Finance (MOBF) held two pre-FY 2014 budget briefings.  Deputy Mayor Otero and Director Goulet presented the parameters by which the FY 2014 budget is being developed and the policy drivers of the budget.  Attendees had an opportunity to ask questions and offer recommendations for inclusions in the budget.

Deputy Mayor Otero highlighted the HHS policy and practice drivers of the FY 2014 budget:

  • Family-centered, individual-centered where appropriate
  • Integrating policies, programs and practices
    • Integrated case management
    • Systems of Care
    • Truancy
  • Implementing quality practice
    • Youth development
    • Replicating quality practice, eliminating unnecessary duplication
    • Trauma-informed care
  • Supporting citywide initiatives
    • One City Action Plan
    • Raise DC
    • Age-friendly City initiative

MOBF director Goulet walked attendees through a presentation (see below) of the city’s FY 2012 audit, the CAFR, short for Combined Annual Financial Report.

The essential take-aways from the briefings are: