3 edition of A guide to the North Carolina Local Government Performance Measurement Project found in the catalog.
A guide to the North Carolina Local Government Performance Measurement Project
by Institute of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, NC
Written in English
|Statement||edited by William C. Rivenbark.|
|Contributions||Rivenbark, William C., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Institute of Government.|
|LC Classifications||HD4606.N8 G85 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 175 p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||2001344532|
The Publications Division acts as custodian for a number of historic North Carolina documents. The North Carolina Constitution of has served as the basis of our state government for nearly years. The Publications Division has the original hand-written version in its archives. The division also guards the North Carolina Book of Oaths, a. Both sides of the private sector's performance measurement equation, inputs (the cost to make) and outputs (the sale price), can be measured in financial : Guy Burchett.
The table below provides the statewide and countywide Public Assistance (PA) per capita impact indicators and the minimum and maximum project cost thresholds for small and large projects going back to fiscal year (FY) This table will be updated annually or as needed. It is the policy of the State of North Carolina to compensate its employees at a level sufficient to encourage excellence of performance and to maintain the labor market competitiveness necessary to recruit, retain, and develop a competent and diverse workforce. The Classification and Compensation Section ensures that the salary ranges for.
performance measurement in the 20th century, and the contemporary and evolving features of local government that make performance measurement more complex and challenging. Third, the design and implementation of performance measurement systems and the factors influencing the process are considered. Fourth, the literature that connects performance. Department Performance. Bernalillo County is committed to being a high performance organization. The County is committed to strategically planning through long term goals, measuring results, and comparing these results to appropriate benchmarks, while striving to improve its operations by analyzing data to make informed decisions.
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Author: William C Rivenbark; University of North Carolina (). Institute of Government.; North Carolina Local Government Performance Measurement Project.
Publisher: Chapel Hill, N.C.: Institute of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, © It includes impressive results of performance management efforts by local governments of many large U.S. cities, a step-by-step guide for establishing a system designed to get results, what was learned in a North Carolina benchmarking study, the importance of tying performance measures to the nuts and bolts of service delivery systems, the growth of gainsharing.
The Role of Capital Cost in performance Measurement and Benchmarking, William C. Rivenbark, Public Performance & Management Review, 24 (September ), pp. 22 Winston-Salem's Participation in the North Carolina Performance Measurement Project, Ann Jones, Government Finance Review, 13 (August ), pp.
35 North Carolina Local Government Performance Measurement Project. Publisher/Date: Chapel Hill, N.C.: Institute of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The North Carolina Systems Evaluation Project (NCSEP) was created to measure client outcomes and assess system performance.
With data driven evaluation tools IDS will be able to improve the quality of legal representation for the poor, increase system efficiency, and quantify the social and economic benefits thatFile Size: 1MB. A: Consider a soft target in year 1 with the promise of a S-M-A-R-T target in year 2: With 2 or 3 persons seated around you, select a local government function for this exercise.
Each small group should develop 2 objectives for their function and accompanying performance Size: 1MB. Welcome to the School of Government's North Carolina Benchmarking Project microsite.
The North Carolina Benchmarking Project was initiated in Septemberproviding a comparative basis for local governments to assess service delivery and costs. It allows municipalities to compare themselves with other participating units and with their own internal operations over time.
Chapter 2 establishes a framework for performance measurement in local government. Drawing from this framework, Chapters 3, 4 and 5 explore performance meas ur ement at theAuthor: Richard Boyle.
Maintenance plans, condition assessments, asset inventories, and assistance in implementing Division of Highways' maintenance operations. the North Carolina Local Government Budget Association. The North Carolina League of Municipalities and the Local Government Commission also have contributed to the development of this report.
The goals of the benchmarking project are: 1. To develop/expand the use of performance measurement in local government. To produce reliable performance and cost data for. The staff of the Local Government Commission is responsible for fulfilling the obligations of the Commission found in Chapter of the North Carolina General Statutes.
Staff provides resources, guidance, and oversight to over 1, units of local government subject to the provisions of Chapter on a variety of topics including annual Phone: () North Carolina Local Government Per-formance Measurement Project.
This pro-ject, designed to provide participating governments with reliable, comparative data on cost and performance, now is emulated in at least two other states. From this information a person could easily conclude that performance mea-surement is deeply and firmly entrenched.
interest in performance measurement at central level in the Department of the Environment and Local Government and the Local Government Management Services Board, and offic ials from a small number of local authorities.
Report structure Chapter 2 establishes a framework for performance measurement in local government. NCDOT has entered into a programmatic agreement with the USFWS for Divisions 1 through 8 that involves a research and tracking program to establish conclusive information concerning the existence of the NLEB in the eastern part of North Carolina.
Project staff is required to report the number of acres cleared for all projects in these divisions. Local Government and You 1 2. North Carolina Municipalities 12 3. North Carolina Counties 21 4. Public Services 36 Preface Local Government in North Carolina formulating a plan to recover from the loss of a major community employer, or decid- Education Project is another approach to fostering involvement in local Size: 3MB.
A Users’Guide to Measuring Local Governance 1 Introduction This Guide is intended to respond to an increasing demand from UNDP Country Offices and a wide range of national stakeholders for guidance on the multiplicity of tools and methods that are being used to measure, assess and monitor governance at the local level.
The Guide uses the term. As part of ICMA's efforts to advance the practice of professional local government management, ICMA awards certificates each year to recognize programs that instill a culture of performance management, pursue comparative analysis and data-informed decision-making, and promote transparency.
Certificates of Excellence (highest level), Distinction, and Achievement honor jurisdictions that have. North Carolina Benchmarking Project Measures The annual reports on municipal services use graphs, summary tables, and explanatory information to present the performance and cost results for each service area under study.
: Accountability for Performance: Measurement and Monitoring in Local Government (Practical Management Series) (): International City/County Management Association, Ammons, David N.: BooksFormat: Paperback.
implementation of government’s performance measurement policy at local level may affect its accountability. Accountability The term of accountability is amorphous concept and has very broad meanings and understandings (Newcomer,p.
25; Halachmi and. The Performance Management Policy outlines expectations for agencies, managers/supervisors and employees regarding the state-wide performance management system. How can we make this page better for you? North Carolina Office of State Human Resources.
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