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OWEB's Performance Measures
 
The Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board takes performance seriously and is working actively with the Oregon Legislature to establish agency performance measures that will provide the opportunity to evaluate the agency's progress, other accomplishments of the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds, and partnership actions in watershed restoration in Oregon.
 
As with all of Oregon's state agencies, OWEB established Key Performance Measures that, when reported on annually to the Oregon Legislature, Oregon Progress Board, Legislative Fiscal Office, Budget and Management, and general public, provide a snapshot of important aspects of service delivery and accountability. The annual reports, covering the state fiscal year (July 1-June 30) are called Annual Performance Progress Reports and they are found below for each of the last several years. For more information on state performance measures and the Oregon Progress Board, visit the Oregon Progress Board website or call (503) 378-3201
 
In recent years, performance measures and their targets have been added which require collaboration with other agencies to collect and analyze data 
 
OWEB Key Performance Measures by year (pdfs)
Performance Measures for 2005
Performance Measures for 2006-07 APPR 
Legislatively Adopted 2007-09 Key Performance Measures
 
OWEB Annual Performance Progress Reports (pdfs):
2004 and 2005 Fiscal Years
Fiscal Year 2005-06
Fiscal Year 2006-07
Fiscal Year 2007-08
Fiscal Year 2008-09
Fiscal Year 2009-10 
Fiscal Year 2010-11
Fiscal Year 2011-12
Fiscal Year 2012-13​
 
Another set of reports for which OWEB provides data and information is the Annual Report to Congress produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, specifically the National Marine Fisheries Service.  This report provides detailed information about the annual expenditure of grant monies provided to the western state and tribes through what is known as the Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund.  Information about projects implemented and Endangered Species Act listed species can also be found in the reports. OWEB is proud to represent Oregon by providing significant contribution of matching funds and accomplishments that are found in the reports. Learn more about this program at NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service Northwest Regional Office website.
 
 
Annual reports to Congress for federal fiscal years 2004 through 2010 are available through the links below. (very large pdfs)
 

For more information on OWEB’s Performance Measures, contact Greg Sieglitz, Monitoring Program Manager, (503) 986-0194.