Presentation on theme: "MAS/FPS Fall Conference 2014 Federal Program Directors Workshop 102 Office of Field Services Mike Radke, Director Presenters Nate Beelen Dan Reardon Badriyyah."— Presentation transcript:
MAS/FPS Fall Conference 2014 Federal Program Directors Workshop 102 Office of Field Services Mike Radke, Director Presenters Nate Beelen Dan Reardon Badriyyah Sabree Michele Sandro
Purpose and Outcome To provide District leadership with an overview and structure for developing written processes to ensure District oversight of Federal Programs Participants will Leave with a complete sample process identify a process their District needs And initiate its development
Districts are responsible for at least fifteen written processes to ensure oversight of federal programs
The Happy Path The Happy Path provides a broad overview of the steps required to ensure the implementation of an ideal process. It involves a sequence of activities executed if everything goes as expected.
Essential Components Preconditions – An event that must take place before this event can occur Triggers – Condition that starts this event Input – Information needed to allow the event to occur Result/ Output – What is to be expected to occur
Essential Components Assumptions – A thing that is accepted as true or as certain to happen, without proof Dependencies – Contingent on another person or thing Actor List – Requires identification of group/s and its members Primary Flow – Requires identification of actor/s and associated action