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Introduction to MMB January 10, 2011. Our mission is to increase state government’s capacity to manage and utilize financial, human, information and analytical.

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1 Introduction to MMB January 10, 2011

2 Our mission is to increase state government’s capacity to manage and utilize financial, human, information and analytical resources to ensure exceptional service and value for Minnesota’s citizens.

3 Our brief history… MMB was formed on July 1, 2008 merging the Department of Employee Relations into the Department of Finance The Governor’s reorganization order transferred the Management Analysis & Development (MAD) division into the agency six weeks later

4 Agency Snapshot FY 2011 Division FTEs General Fund Spending Other Funds Spending Total Spending Accounting Services 44.7 $3.8M$0$3.8M Budget Services 23.8$3.8M$0$3.8M Economic Analysis 4.0 $.5M$0$.5M Information Systems 44.9$3.7M$12M$15.7M Treasury 14.0 $1.9M$0$1.9M Management Analysis 15.4 $.5M$2M$2.5M Human Resource Mgmt 30.1 $2.4M$.7M$3.1M Labor Relations 8.0$.9M$.3M$1.2M Agency Administration 22.9 $4.1M$0$4.1M Employee Insurance 47.3$0$773.9M Total $21.6M$788.9M$810.5M SWIFT Project 62.8 $0$45.3M

5 Components of MMB Debt & Capital Project Management Asst. Commissioner Kristin Hanson – Conduct two bond sales annually, with about $4.4 billion in outstanding general obligation debt Economic Analysis State Economist Tom Stinson – Develop biannual economic forecasts, monthly economic updates and periodic analytical reviews Information Systems Chief Information Officer Steve Jorgenson – Operate and maintain enterprise accounting, payroll, benefits, budget, human resource management systems for state government Statewide Accounting ServicesAsst. Commissioner Lori Mo – Provide accounting and financial management for the state’s $56.5 billion two-year budget – Pay 50,000 employees biweekly Budget Management & AnalysisAsst. Commissioner Kristin Dybdal – Lead development of the governor’s budget proposal – Prepare analysis and information for the governor, public, and the legislature Labor Relations Asst. Commissioner Barbara Holmes – Negotiate and administer nine bargaining agreements and two compensation plans affecting 37,300 executive branch employees Human Resource Mgmt & Employee InsuranceAsst. Commissioner Judy Plante – Provide human resource management to 130 state agencies – Lead and coordinate enterprise workforce development strategies – Train executive, judicial and legislative branch employees – Develop and manage benefits for state employees, retirees, and their families (120,000 individuals)

6 Internal Control Initiative Enacted in 2009 Key emphasis on training agencies and proactive identification and resolution of issues – 6 staff in Internal Control and Accountability unit for statewide internal controls – Also 2 staff in Treasury to strengthen oversight of capital projects (post issuance) and capital financing

7 Internal Control Agency Training and Assistance American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) involvement Internal control framework and documentation tools (in progress) Agency site visits and training Formal follow up on OLA audit findings Internal Control Bulletins

8 Internal Control Code of Conduct Modeled after the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 Covers executive branch – Applies to agency heads & employees with accounting, auditing, financial reporting or tax filing duties – December 31, 2009 implementation deadline – 8,900 employees involved

9 Treasury Treasury Operations Average amount of daily invested cash is $485 million Over 650 bank accounts are reconciled every month Warrants are presented by image

10 Treasury Debt Management Manage state’s G.O. debt and certain revenue bond financing programs Administer the state’s $17M lease purchase financing programs $5.7 B- total amount of G.G. debt currently outstanding $2.6 B- total amount of G.O. debt authorized AAA/AAA/Aa1- current state G.O. bond ratings

11 Economic Analysis Major products – Revenue Forecasts Two per year – November and February – Economic Updates Four per year – January, April, July, October Forecast Myths 1.Revenue forecast 2.Money in the bank 3.Economy is doing well so the forecast will be up 4.You guys are always conservative

12 Information Systems “…more than just the computers for our agency” MMB’s systems provide the technical foundation for state government – Technical Support Unit (TSU) – Business Intelligence and Agency Applications – Benefits & Payroll: SEMA4 – Information Access/Budget Information System (IA/BIS)…the data warehouse – Accounting & Procurement MAPS SWIFT

13 Financial Reporting Statewide Reporting – Financial information – Federal Reporting Maintain the state’s General Ledger (MAPS) Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) Minnesota Comparison of Budget and Actual Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balances (LLBC or Legal Level of Budgetary Control) Federal Reporting

14 Agency Support Agency Assistance o Training o Help Desk o System Support File Maintenance/ System Compliance

15 Payroll Operations Operations System Support Training and Communications Control Function

16 Budget Division Add analysis and context to financial data to create useful information for decisions Develop tools & processes for evaluating, comparing and deciding budget options Promote consistent use of good budget concepts and policies

17 Budget Services Work with agencies to resolve budget and implementation issues Create options and material used to make budget decisions Understand issues, trends and try to help people understand our $50 billion enterprise

18 Labor Relations Set statewide policy for management’s relationship with labor unions; Advise state agency management in their relationships with labor unions. Negotiate labor agreements every 2 years Administer labor contracts and pay plans. Facilitate statewide Labor/Management Committees: Insurance; Affirmative Action; Safety. Grievance administration. Code of ethics opinions. Continuity of operations.

19 Workforce Planning & Development Workforce planning – Planning and reporting to ensure state agencies have the right employees in the right place at the right time. – Analysis of workforce trends – Helps agencies determine where critical hiring and employee development needs to occur.

20 Workforce Diversity and Pay Equity – Equal Employment Opportunity – Affirmative Action – Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) – Pay Equity Training & Development – Houses the Learning Management System – Supervisory and Managerial Core Training – Leadership Development and Emerging Leaders Institute – Individual, team or organization professional development

21 Employee Insurance Division Comprised of 2 functions State Employee Group Insurance Program (SEGIP) Public Employer Insurance Program (PEIP)

22 SEGIP Covers over 50,000 state employees Covers 120,000 total lives (employees, dependents and retirees) All 3 branches of government Includes quasi state agencies called IBUs – Historical society – Affinity Plus Credit Union Approximately $750M annual spend 40 FTE

23 PEIP – 73 Groups (fall 2010) 35 Cities 3 Counties 12 K-12 Districts 23 Other – 4,000 Total Lives – $13.5M Total Premium – Shares many similarities to SEGIP Vendors Plan Design

24 Management Analysis and Development MAD is the state’s management consulting organization Provide services to state and local governments and higher education on a fee for service basis Total of 18 staff


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