Forward Looking Intelligence: Planning for the Baby Boomer Impact

 

July 22
11AM PT, 2PM ET
Duration: 1 hour

Date: Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Time: 2:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM PDT
Cost: FREE


Close to 20 percent of the nation’s population will be over the age of 65 in 15 years. The socioeconomic impact created by the nation's aging population will be tremendous. All levels of government will be challenged to ensure effective and efficient service delivery with limited financial resources. It has long been held that the loss of the “Baby Boomers” from the workforce would result in a reduction of millions in tax revenue for government programs that are already cash strapped, particularly, in the area of health and human services.

To meet the future challenge of effective and efficient service delivery, with considerably less funding, elected officials and executive leadership must employ forward thinking strategies utilizing all of the advantages of modern business intelligence solutions.

Please Join Governing to hear one approach to successfully plan for and address strategic service delivery in the post Baby Boomer era. Key discussion areas include:

  • Information mining; recognizing patterns and projecting fiscal and service needs
  • Predicting service demands and the budgets needed to deliver them
  • Operationalizing strategies; building programs that align with available funding and service needs
  • Accurately tracking and measurement of program performance; data sources and risk analysis


Moderator:
Greg Franklin
Senior Fellow
Governing Institute

Speakers:
Robert Dolan, Jr.
Global Industry Executive, Public Sector IBM Business Analytics

Tom Harris
Global Industry Solutions Leader, Public Sector Business Analytics

For questions or to register, contact:
Lee Vang
Governing
(800) 940-6039 ext. 1407
lvang@governing.com

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