Andrew Kleine

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    Andrew Kleine

    Andrew Kleine is Senior Director – Government & Public Sector at EY-Parthenon, a global advisory firm.

    Andrew is a nationally recognized leader in budgeting for outcomes, performance management, long-term financial planning, and business process improvement.  He is the author of City on the Line: How Baltimore Transformed Its Budget to Beat the Great Recession and Deliver Outcomes (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018). 

    Andrew’s career has included leadership roles in both federal and local government, including as Chief Administrative Officer for Montgomery County, Maryland; Budget Director for the City of Baltimore; and Acting CFO for AmeriCorps.

    For his leadership in guiding Baltimore through the Great Recession, Andrew received the 2016 National Public Service Award from the American Society for Public Administration and the National Academy of Public Administration. 

    Andrew is a technical advisor for Bloomberg Philanthropies’ City Budgeting for Equity and Recovery program and has written about budgeting for equity in NextCity and Route Fifty.

    Andrew Kleine is Senior Director – Government & Public Sector at EY-Parthenon, a global advisory firm.
    2018-09-17
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    2021-11-11

Senior Director - Government & Public Sector, Ernst & Young, LLP

Andrew Kleine is Senior Director – Government & Public Sector at EY-Parthenon, a global advisory firm.

Andrew is a nationally recognized leader in budgeting for outcomes, performance management, long-term financial planning, and business process improvement.  He is the author of City on the Line: How Baltimore Transformed Its Budget to Beat the Great Recession and Deliver Outcomes (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018). 

Andrew’s career has included leadership roles in both federal and local government, including as Chief Administrative Officer for Montgomery County, Maryland; Budget Director for the City of Baltimore; and Acting CFO for AmeriCorps.

For his leadership in guiding Baltimore through the Great Recession, Andrew received the 2016 National Public Service Award from the American Society for Public Administration and the National Academy of Public Administration. 

Andrew is a technical advisor for Bloomberg Philanthropies’ City Budgeting for Equity and Recovery program and has written about budgeting for equity in NextCity and Route Fifty.

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    We Interrupt This Budget

    If your county’s annual budget process reminds you of watching reruns of “Gilligan’s Island” — a bunch of smart people stuck on the same pile of sand who just keep missing the boat — maybe it’s time to change the channel.