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The 10-Year Plan for Oregon is redesigning
the way state government builds its budget
and makes investment decisions. The new
design is an outcome-based budget that
helps to make public resources last, and aids
decision makers in prioritizing public investments that align
with the services Oregonians have told government they want.

Putting this new budgeting system in place requires the state to set clear budget limits, expectations and criteria. To build transparency and accountability, budgets will be reviewed by independent teams of people who do not work for the agencies that receive budget money. Finally, program data will be analyzed to ensure public investments are focused and tied to specific outcomes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Governor created the 10-Year Plan Executive Committee and charged it with making a report of fiscal policy recommendations. 

 

Members of the Executive Committee include:

  • Co-Chair Jim Piro, President & CEO, Portland General Electric
  • Co-Chair Michael Jordan, Chief Operating Officer for State Government
  • Lyn Hennion, Senior Vice President, Umpqua Investments, Inc
  • The Honorable Annabelle Jaramillo, Benton County Commissioner
  • The Honorable Susan Morgan, Douglas County Commissioner
  • Mike Thorne, (Former) Ways & Means Committee Chair, Oregon Senate
  • The Honorable Ted Wheeler, Oregon State Treasurer
  • Charles Wilhoite, Managing Director, Willamette Management Associates
  

Click here to read their fiscal recommendation report.

 

 
 
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