Strategic Plan Monthly Reports

 

 


June 2022 Monthly Report

Fiscal year 2022 started with 28 initiatives on the placemat. Decisions were made to move Financial Training for staff with Purchasing Authority and Internal Classification to a future placemat. All parts of MOCIS will be completed under Implement OPII data conversions to MOCIS. The year ended with focus on 25 initiatives. Several initiative teams have completed all tasks for successful outcomes of their projects. The approved recommendations are being integrated into the department’s operations.

Major outcomes:

  • Upgraded perimeter fencing installed at all DAI facilities.
  • New learning management system scheduled for release.
  • Transition Center of Kansas City complete and accepting referrals.
  • Over 4,000 frontline staff received “The Corrections Way”training.
  • Development of new frontline onboarding process.
  • New system selected to support the transition to electronic files.
  • Development of policy for quality control and quality assurance.
  • Creation of MoDOC Cares Webpage.
  • New policy to support employee trauma went into effect.
  • New curriculum completed and is pending board approval to reignite the apprenticeship program at Crowder and surrounding schools.
  • New offender mail scanning system implemented.
  • New policy and manual created to support the management of the Security Threat Groups.

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May 2022 Monthly Report

In May 2022, of the 25 FY2022 strategic initiatives, 16 had completed the recommendation phase and were in preparation for implementation. Approximately 88% were in progress.

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April 2022 Monthly Report

In April 2022, of the 25 FY2022 strategic initiatives, 16 had completed the recommendation phase and were in preparation for implementation. Approximately 88% were in progress.

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March 2022 Monthly Report

In March 2022, of the 25 FY2022 strategic initiatives, 16 had completed the recommendation phase and were in preparation for implementation. Approximately 88% were in progress.

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February 2022 Monthly Report

In February 2022, of the 25 FY2022 strategic initiatives, 16 were in the implementation phase. Approximately 88% were in progress.

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January 2022 Monthly Report

In January 2022, of the 25 FY2022 strategic initiatives, 16 were in the implementation phase. Approximately 88% were in progress.

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December 2021 Monthly Report

The fiscal year started with a plan to focus on 28 initiatives. However, after further assessment it was decided that the Internal Classification and the Financial Training for Purchasing Staff initiatives would benefit from more time in development. They have been moved to a future placemat. MOCIS will be completed under the MOCIS Prioritization initiative. Of the remaining 25 initiatives for this fiscal year. 15 are in the implementation phase, and the remaining 10 are in the recommendation phase. Approximately 96% were in progress.

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November 2021 Monthly Report

In November 2021, of the 28 FY2022 strategic initiatives, 15 were in the implementation phase. Approximately 90% were in progress.

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October 2021 Monthly Report

In October 2021, of the 28 FY2022 strategic initiatives, 15 were in the implementation phase. Approximately 90% were in progress.

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August 2021 Monthly Report

In August 2021, of the 28 FY2022 strategic initiatives, 10 were in the implementation phase. Approximately 90% were in progress.

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July 2021 Monthly Report

The 28 initiatives for focus in FY2022 are divided among the placemat themes: Nine under safer work environment, 13 under improving workforce, and six under reducing risk and recidivism. The majority of the initiatives under the safer work environment and improving workforce themes, and all of those under the risk and recidivism theme, are in progress.

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June 2021 Monthly Report

In June 2021, of the 27 FY2021 strategic initiatives, 59% had completed the recommendation phase and were in preparation for implementation.

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May 2021 Monthly Report

In May 2021, of the 27 FY2021 strategic initiatives, 44% had completed the recommendation phase were in preparation for implementation.

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April 2021 Monthly Report

In April 2021, of the 27 FY2021 strategic initiatives, 44% had completed the recommendation phase were in preparation for implementation.

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March 2021 Monthly Report


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February 2021 Monthly Report


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January 2021 Monthly Report

In January 2021,  of the 26 FY2021 strategic initiatives, 5 were complete, 16 were in progress, 3 were in the charter stage, and 2 were in the planning stage.

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December 2020 Monthly Report

In December 2020, of the 26 FY2021 strategic initiatives, four were complete, 19 were in progress, three were in the charter stage, and one was in the planning stage.


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November 2020 Monthly Report

In November 2020, of the 26 FY2021 strategic initiatives, three were complete, 19 were in progress, three were in the charter stage, and two were in the planning stage.


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October 2020 Monthly Report

In October 2020, of the 27 FY2021 strategic initiatives, three were complete, 18 were in progress, two were in the charter stage, and four were in the planning stage.


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September 2020 Monthly Report

In September 2020, of the 27 FY2021 strategic initiatives, two were complete, 16 were in progress, two were in the charter stage, and seven were in the planning stage. Mass testing for COVID-19 had been completed in all facilities, and core competencies for Corrections Officer I positions had been identified. Significant progress was made on identifying and tracking security threat groups as well as on a plan to expand Ashland University tablet-based courses to more facilities.


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August 2020 Monthly Report

In August 2020, three of the department's 10 new initiatives for FY2021 were in progress. The Employee Wellness initiative team a conducted staff needs and interest survey. The Community Specialist initiative leaders began work on a charter and team selection. The MOCIS Phase I project was 31% complete and on track to launch by the end of December 2021. The intranet redevelopment project was entering the prototype and wireframe planning stage and was on track for a July 2021 launch. The Ashland University program expansion initiative faces funding limitations for the spring semester but is moving ahead with plans to include four more institutions. Initiatives pertaining to mental health and substance use treatment standards; a program model for court-referred short-term offenders; and programming for conforming to evidence-based practices also were on track. Of the 27 initiatives for FY2021, 63% were chartered and moving toward implementation. One was complete.


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July 2020 Monthly Report

In July 2020, the department launched FY2021 with a focus on 27 strategic initiatives this year, 10 of which are new to the strategic plan. So far, one initiative is complete, 12 are in progress and the remainder are getting teams ready to start. The initiatives are divided among the placemat themes: 10 under safer work environment, nine under improving the workforce and eight under reducing risk and recidivism. A large number of initiatives are in the planning phase. The Planning Unit is meeting with initiatives owners currently to help get these teams going. They should be chartered and on their way to in-progress status by the middle of September.


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June 2020 Monthly Report

In June 2020, five initiatives transitioned to the completed phase, for an overall total of 51. As of June 30, 2020, which also marked the end of the fiscal year, 61% of the projects had been completed; 31% were charted and moving toward the recommendations or implementation phase; and 8% were in the planning phase.


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