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File #: 19-0885    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 5/29/2019 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 6/11/2019 Final action: 6/11/2019
Title: Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board approve the updates to the Countywide Strategic plan and direct all Department Heads to incorporate the goals and priorities identified in the Countywide Strategic Plan into their short, middle and long term goals. (Est. Time: 1 Hour) FUNDING: N/A
Attachments: 1. A - Strategic Plan Update, 2. B - Strategic Plan Update - Presentation
Related files: 14-1322, 19-1012
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Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board approve the updates to the Countywide Strategic plan and direct all Department Heads to incorporate the goals and priorities identified in the Countywide Strategic Plan into their short, middle and long term goals. (Est. Time: 1 Hour)

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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
In 2014 the County began the process of developing a Countywide Strategic plan which was subsequently completed in 2016. During that process, the County engaged in extensive community outreach, which included a ‘Citizen Engagement Survey’. As a result of those efforts, the Strategic Plan included five overarching goals of (1) Public Safety, (2) Infrastructure, (3), Good Governance, (4) Economic Development and (5) Healthy Communities.
Over the past three years the County made significant strides in achieving each of the goals in the Strategic Plan, as demonstrated by the following examples:
- Public Safety: Implementation of the Homeless Outreach Team and Psychiatric Emergency Response Team, expansion of the resident deputy program as well as the School Resource Program, and implementation of a misdemeanant restoration of competency program to provide court ordered treatment and training.
- Infrastructure: Completion of the Government Center renovations, near completion of the Public Safety Facility, beginning the replacement of the El Dorado Center, the implementation of a facility/capital replacement fund, implementation of the new Enterprise Resource Planning (FENIX) system, a new property tax system (Megabyte), and a new land management system (Trak-It), all of which allow the County to transition off the mainframe no later than June 30, 2019.
- Good Governance: Implementation of a Board of Supervisors ‘Good Governance’ manual, the development of a long term labor negotiation strategy and compensation philosophy and increased accountability of all appointed Department Heads through the implementation of a 360 annual evaluati...

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