Priority Based Budgeting
By Tim Duhamel
Learn PBB from an expert, and how to budget in today’s challenging economic climate!
- Learn PBB from an expert
- Learn how to budget in today’s challenging economic climate
- Learn the advantages and challenges related to PBB
- Priority Based Budgeting as a project
- Priority Based Budgeting as a process – 4 phases
- Link the strategic plan to service delivery
- Learn how to develop and prioritize a service inventory
- Learn priority-based budget analysis
- Learn how to utilize the PBB framework to make evidence-based decisions
PD Credits: 1.5
Updated: July 23, 2020
About the Author
Tim Duhamel is the founder and President of Bloom Centre of
He is a municipal veteran whose career has spanned over 21 years.
His passion is creating educational material and conducting lectures for municipal professionals. He has lectured as far away as Kiev, Ukraine for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
February 19, 2020
Learn PBB from an expert who has successfully implemented priority-based budgeting.
Also covered: how to budget in today’s challenging economic climate, the advantages and challenges related to PBB, Priority Based Budgeting as a project, the 4 process phases, how to link the strategic plan to service delivery, and priority-based budget analysis that includes long term operating and capital forecasts to determine budget shortfalls.
Learn how to create many new techniques and tools that support the PBB process
How to budget using new strategies and methods to prepare for and overcome financial challenges to ensure long term financial sustainability
PBB as a project including an overview of the steps required to develop the tools and framework, a detailed view of what is required to implement, and discussion of a project timeline
PBB as a process – 4 phases: Direction, Development, Review, and Approval
Learn how the PBB process begins with council workshops/ direction and culminates with a budget approval that integrates priorities in resource decisions
Learn PBB analysis that includes long term operating and capital forecasts to determine budget shortfalls and a Bloom scan to identify risks and challenges
How to utilize the PBB framework to make evidence-based decisions to result in budget savings