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Performance Measures


Oregon adopted a multi-level approach to measuring the performance and outcomes of state government. The Legislative Fiscal Office and the Budget and Management Division of the Department of Administrative Services adopted a set of criteria that agencies must meet when developing measures. Performance Measures must:

  • Gauge progress toward agency's goals and mission,
  • Use standard terminology and definitions,
  • Be few in number,
  • Identify performance targets to be achieved during the two year budget cycle,
  • Use accurate and reliable data sources,
  • Measure customer satisfaction,
  • Assign an organizational unit responsible for achieving the target, and,
  • Address comparable information, where possible.
During the budget deliberation process each legislative session, the Legislature will approve, disapprove, or change/update agency proposed biennial performance measures.

Annual Performance Progress Reports (APPRs)

Each year agencies submit an Annual Performance Progress Report (APPR) to the Legislative Fiscal Office (LFO). The report provides a detailed analysis of agency Key Performance Measures and includes the following for each measure.
  • How We are Doing
  • Factors Affecting the Results

Agency reporting timelines may differ depending on their Key Performance Measures (KPMs). For more information go to: https://www.oregonlegislature.gov/lfo/Pages/KPM.aspx.

For questions about the reporting process or reports, contact June Shimp in the Legislative Fiscal Office (LFO). For specific questions about agency APPR data and information provided in these reports, contact the agency directly using this state agency contact list

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Data Viewer - Annual Performance Progress Reports

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 Annual Performance Progress Reports - Table View

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Agency Questions & Resources

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