December 20, 2018
2018 End of Year Review
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Call for Process Improvement Forum Signup
NASCA hosted a robust Lean/ Process Improvement State Members Only On the Table Call earlier this month with 13 states represented and 25 state process improvement leaders. NASCA is piloting a once a month discussion call focused around a detailed process improvement topic for the next three months on the second Thursday of the month from 4:00-5:30 PM ET.
Going forward, NASCA will send information about the call series via our Process Improvement Forum in our online community, NASCA Collaborate.

If you would like to receive notifications of this call series, please fill out this interest form.
Additionally, our next Process Improvement Call will be:
Thursday, January 10
4:00-5:30 PM ET

Objective of next call:   How has your process improvement program transitioned over time, in terms of structure, changes in administration, transitions, and political situations
Hosted by: Matt Singh, Process Improvement Administrator, Department of Administrative Services, State of Nebraska; Joe Raasch, Director, Minnesota Continuous Improvement; Holly Grandy-Miller, Director Organizational Development at State of Michigan. 
#AnythingButGeneral
States in the News
NASCA is highlighting excellent work by Departments of General Services (and similar Administrative Cabinets) that is #AnythingButGeneral. Please submit the good work done in your state to kleslie@nasca.org to be featured.
The Minnesota Department of Administration’s Office of Enterprise Sustainability’s (OES) Environmental Impact Measurements Project was recently recognized with the Governor’s Better Government Award in the category of Great Results.

This project accounts for the impacts on the environment by enterprise state government operations for the first time. By assembling 1.5 million pieces of information and never-before-used leased building metrics into the 2017 Enterprise Sustainability Report, OES was able to learn where Minnesota needs to focus its sustainability efforts and create state government operations best practices to reduce the carbon footprint.

“The Better Government Awards highlight the outstanding work that state employees do to make real improvements in the lives of Minnesotans. These initiatives reflect the tremendous creativity and dedication of the state’s public servants and serve as an inspiration to our colleagues across the nation,” said Commissioner Matt Massman.
Happy Holidays from NASCA Staff