Performance management (1) provides Council and City leaders with critical information for decision-making, (2) ensures that bureau missions, strategic direction, and programs are aligned with City priorities and intended results, and (3) allows the City to better communicate the quality and breadth of services it provides. Below are the various performance management tools that are used by the City.
A Government Accountability, Transparency and Results (GATR) Session is a data-driven executive level management meeting focused on specific topics of interest to the Mayor.
Features Key Performance Measure trends and Requested Budget projections for each City bureau.
Dashboards of bureau key performance measures
- City Bureaus Dashboard
- City Attorney, Office of the
- City Auditor, Office of the
- City Budget Office
- Development Services, Bureau of
- Emergency Communications, Bureau of
- Emergency Management, Bureau of
- Environmental Services, Bureau of
- Equity and Human Rights, Office of
- Fire and Police Disability and Retirement
- Government Relations, Office of
- Management and Finance, Office of
- Neighborhood Involvement, Office of
- Planning and Sustainability, Bureau of
- Portland Development Commission
- Portland Fire and Rescue
- Portland Housing Bureau
- Portland Parks and Recreation
- Portland Police Bureau
- Portland Water Bureau
- Transportation, Portland Bureau of
- Key Performance Measures - Methodology Appendix
- Key Performance Measures - Data Set (updated Sept 2016)
- How to Interpret Dashboard
Dashboard: Portland by the Numbers will track metrics related to Mayor Charlie Hales’ priorities: economic opportunity; livable neighborhoods; and public trust in law enforcement
Budget Mapping provides a graphic representation of City of Portland revenues and expenditures. The City is divided into eight areas: the seven neighborhood coalitions plus the Central City.
A link to the Portland Plan including its Twelve Measures of Success