The Lean Program was designed as a centrally coordinated and resourced improvement initiative employing proven management and process improvement methodologies. The Program, sponsored by the Director of the Office of State Planning and Budgeting (OSPB) and reporting to the Governor's Budget and Efficiencies Committee focused on creating sustainable and independent capability to provide customer-focused improvements, utilizing the expertise and knowledge of the State's workforce., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2014)
Lean is a systematic approach to continuous improvement, applying principles and tools to identify and eliminate waste. Two important beliefs are foundational: Waste is disrespectful of humanity because it wastes scarce resources; and Waste is disrespectful of individuals because it asks them to do work with no value., State of Colorado Lean Program., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2018).
Colorado's comprehensive State Homeland Security Strategy outlines the direction for our prevention, protection, response and recovery efforts for the next five years (2008-2013). This is a complex endeavor which requires shared responsibility by all partners. In addition, it requires coordination, cooperation, and focused effort from the entire state and its many local, regional, tribal, non-profit, private sector, and federal partners and every citizen of Colorado., Cover title., "31 March 2008.", "Version 1.0.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Colorado is embarking on an Information Technology management consolidation effort which will realign Information Technology management within the State of Colorado from a series of functions managed in a distributed manner to an enterprise function managed from a centralized perspective., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed October 2012), "Date: 3/7/2008."--Footer.
The guide is intended to be flexible and dynamic to adapt to the changing partnerships between the State of Colorado and American Indian Tribal governments. The working relationship between the State and Tribes is constantly evolving due to changes in administrations, personnel, and priorities. This guide provides suggestions about how to conduct meaningful State-Tribal Consultations., by Chantalle Hanschu ; prepared by the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs., "July 2014.", "To consult means to ask for advice or to seek an opinion--consultation does not mean obtaining consent." -- Cover., Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed February 2018)
Innovation is one of the six key priorities in the FY12 OIT Playbook. In order to meet our future state goal, OIT is initiating a series of Tech Forums to provide training and demonstrations on best practices and new or emerging technologies. The Tech Forums are intended to seek out innovative solutions that are thought-provoking and forward-looking and are open not only to OIT employees but any interested IT professional in the public sector. The topics will be aimed at showcasing strategic solutions using existing and emerging technologies that align with business needs and may deliver long-term value to the state and its citizens., "12/13/2011.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed July 2015)