The following are resources that our staff and trainers have found useful in teaching and implementing RBA.
RBA Resources from Connecticut Data Collaborative
The Connecticut Data Collaborative is a public-private partnership that advocates for the public availability of open and accessible data to drive planning, policy, budgeting and decision making in Connecticut at the state, regional and local levels. We are a user-driven organization, serving nonprofits, advocates, policymakers, community groups, and funders in using data to drive policy and improve programs and services.
This groundbreaking book is now the all-time best seller for Trafford Press with over 20,000 copies sold. The book gives you the full presentation of the framework in an easily accessible format. It is a must read for all public and non-profit leaders.
FPSI was established in 1996 to help communities, cities, counties, states and nations working to measurably improve the well-being of their citizens. Since then FPSI has worked with state and local partners, from the public and private sectors, in over 40 states and countries around the world.
This resource explores the components of RBA systems and shows how RBA can be developed and used at different levels: state, community, agency, or program. It defines RBA as a management tool that can facilitate collaboration among human service agencies, as a method of decentralizing services, and as an innovative regulatory process.