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Spring 2012Q36bNext we want to focus on which particular elements of the system for funding local government in Michigan you think need to be reformed in some significant fashion. How important, if at all, do you believe it is to significantly reform: The Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP)

Major Tags: State Government | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Revenue | Fiscal health | Finances | State policies | State government reform | System of funding local government | EVIP
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Fall 2011Q38Most Michigan local governments receive constitutional revenue sharing from the state on a per capita basis. In addition, some have received statutory revenue sharing funds based on a set of formulas. The state has recently enacted a new program called the Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP). EVIP replaces the former statutory revenue sharing program. How familiar are you with the Economic Vitality Incentive Program?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations | State Government
Related Topics: Performance management | State oversight | System of funding local government | EVIP
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Fall 2011Q39Certain local jurisdictions were eligible to receive statutory revenue sharing in Fiscal Year 2010. According to the new EVIP legislation, only some of those jurisdictions which were eligible in FY2010 are now eligible to receive revenue sharing through EVIP. Do you know if your jurisdiction is eligible to receive EVIP revenue sharing funds?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations | State Government
Related Topics: Performance management | State oversight | System of funding local government | EVIP
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Fall 2011Q40The EVIP revenue sharing funds are split into three categories: one based on accountability and transparency, one based on intergovernmental collaboration/consolidation/service sharing, and one based on employee compensation practices. Local governments that are eligible for EVIP revenue sharing funds can seek those funds in all three categories, or in only one or two of them. In order to receive the EVIP revenue sharing funds related to accountability and transparency, eligible jurisdictions must certify they have produced a performance dashboard and a citizen's guide to local government finances by October 1, 2011. Did your jurisdiction certify that it had produced a performance dashboard and citizen's guide as of October 1, 2011?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations | State Government
Related Topics: Performance management | State oversight | System of funding local government | Dashboard | EVIP
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Fall 2011Q41In order to receive the EVIP revenue sharing funds related to collaboration/consolidation/service sharing, eligible jurisdictions must certify they have a plan in place with one or more proposals to either launch new efforts or to increase existing levels of cooperation, collaboration, and consolidation, either within the jurisdiction or with other jurisdictions by January 1, 2012. Do you expect your jurisdiction will certify in this category by January 1, 2012?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations | State Government
Related Topics: Performance management | State oversight | System of funding local government | EVIP
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Fall 2011Q42In order to receive the EVIP revenue sharing funds regarding best practices in employee compensation, eligible jurisdictions must certify they have a plan in place to meet certain state-specified requirements in employee health care premiums and post-employment benefits by May 1, 2012. Do you expect your jurisdiction will certify in this category by May 1, 2012?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations | State Government
Related Topics: Performance management | State oversight | System of funding local government | EVIP
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Fall 2011Q45Beyond revenue sharing, the Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP) also has additional funds for assistance grants available to all Michigan city, village, township, and county governments to offset costs associated with mergers, interlocal agreements, and cooperative efforts to combine government operations that occur on or after October 1, 2011. How familiar are you with this section of the EVIP?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations | State Government
Related Topics: Performance management | State oversight | System of funding local government | EVIP
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Fall 2011Q46How likely is it that your jurisdiction will apply for one of these EVIP grants?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations | State Government
Related Topics: Performance management | State oversight | System of funding local government | EVIP
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