UNC School of Government

Practical Analytic Techniques for Local Government

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Participants in this course will learn techniques for planning, monitoring, and evaluating programs and activities. The course focuses on a variety of easy-to-apply analytic techniques and includes examples of successful analysis among local governments. Topics include the use of analysis to consider the need for additional employees, to diagnose work scheduling and routing problems, to make adjustments for the impact of inflation, to analyze patterns of demand for a service, to consider privatization options, to annualize capital costs, and to perform life-cycle costing.

There will be computer work that is taught in a session. We strongly encourage you to bring your own laptop.

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Dale Roenigk

Dale Roenigk joined the School of Government in 2005 and took over the directorship of the North Carolina benchmarking project in 2006. Prior to that, he worked for the State of North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services doing program evaluation and quality monitoring for mental healt...

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