In August 2012, Governor Herbert reorganized and retitled the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget as the Governor's Office of Management and Budget (GOMB). The office was established to make Utah more efficient in the way it does business and allocates scarce resources.
Part of the restructure included assigning GOMB responsibility for statewide operational improvements, facilitating the creation of the SUCCESS Framework. The SUCCESS Framework is a set of management principles based on Theory of Constraints principles designed to boost the quality and efficiency of government services with the goal of creating more value for every tax dollar invested.
In addition to operational improvement efforts, GOMB manages the state’s budget. GOMB estimates anticipated revenues, analyzes both base budgets and the new budget requests and assists the Governor in preparing final budget recommendations. The office combines operational excellence tools and fiscally responsible budgeting practices to meet the growing demand for state services.
Utah State Capitol, Suite 150
P.O. Box 142210
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-2210