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 Core Services Review 

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On July 8, 2013 Council considered Administration's recommendations and estimate of financial impact regarding the KPMG Core Services Review Final Report.  Council's decisions are contained in the Core Services Review Implementation Plan.

Click here to download the Core Services Review Implementation Plan

Council created the Select Committee on a Core Services Review to oversee the work of a core services review, and contracted the firm KPMG through a competitive bid process to examine the services provided by the City of Prince George and offer recommendations concerning program/service mandates, opportunities for expense reduction and revenue diversification, and operational efficiency.

KPMG presented its Draft Final Report and Recommendations to the Select Committee on a Core Service Review on November 2, 2012.  The Final Report was provided to the City on November 8, 2012.

 Click here to download the KPMG Core Services Review Final Report.

The Case For Change

Like so many communities across Canada, this City’s infrastructure (water, sewer, roads and buildings) is aging. We are not investing enough to repair and replace the City’s infrastructure. A significant portion of the City’s annual budget goes to paying principal and interest on the City’s debt. City Council needs to determine what is affordable for this community. A Core Services Review will consider a full range of opportunities for change, from increasing revenues to reducing spending, and from improving efficiencies to introducing different ways of delivering services.

City Council needs to make certain the City is an efficient organization, providing the right services to our community and delivering the best value for money. We need to achieve savings where we can and redirect our spending to the priority services that need it most. We will also identify other potential sources of revenue and City Council will decide which necessary changes to implement.

The Core Services Review will be carried out in an open way, with participation from all our staff, both management and unionized, the union executives, and from the community, learning from other cities and from our own experience. We will validate what we are doing right and make improvements based on the outcome of the review.

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KPMG Conducted The Work For The Core Services Review In 5 Phases

 Phase Timeline Report
1 - Project Initiation  Completed Phase 1 Milestone Report
2.- Information Gathering and Interviews  Completed Phase 2 Milestone Report
3 - Analysis of Services, Organization, Governance, and Revenue  Completed Phase 3 Milestone Report
4 -  Identification and Evaluation of Opportunities  Completed Phase 4 Milestone Report 
5 - Recommendations and Final Report  Completed

Phase 5 Milestone Report
Final Report 

 Public Input Opportunities

 Phase Opportunity When Links
 1 Public Meeting May 15, 2012 KPMG Presentation
 2 Input on Service Profiles  July 2012 Service Profiles
 4 Input on Suggested Opportunities September - October 2012 Suggested Opportunities for Change

Contacts
Full Name: Mayor Shari Green 1100 Patricia Blvd Prince George V2L 3V9
Business Phone: 250.561.7609
E-mail Address: mayor@city.pg.bc.ca
Fax Number: 250.561.0183


 







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