DSRIP Workforce Reporting
One achievement value point for each project will be given for Workforce Strategy based on quarterly reporting, adherence to workforce spending commitments in each payment period, or within reasonable threshold (90% of spending targets), and sufficient explanation of any deviation from implementation plan projections.
What must be reported?
- Workforce Strategy Spending (the budget)
- Prescribed Milestones (the 5 workforce milestones outlined in the Implementation Plan submitted April 1, 2015)
- PPS-Defined Milestones (any additional data elements a PPS elects to monitor)
- Impact Analysis/Staff Impact (impact on Redeployed-Retrained staff)
- Compensation and Benefits Analysis
What must be reported this quarter?
Workforce Strategy Budget
Each PPS will work to identify the means and methods of reporting Workforce Strategy Spending, also known as the budget. The initial budget (the baseline) was submitted in December 2014.
There are four Workforce Strategy Spending categories:
- New Hires
Funds may be shifted from one category to another within the workforce budget, as long as the PPS stays within their overall spending commitments.