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Title: Oregons Framework for Results


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  • Oregons Framework for Results

Presentation by Rita Conrad, Oregon Progress
Board Rick Gardner, Budget and Management Dawn
Farr, Legislative Fiscal Office to Yasuta Wake
and delegation from Japan Salem, Oregon March 10,
2008
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Oregons 20-year strategic vision declares where
Oregon wants to go
  • A vital, prosperous Oregon that excels in all
    spheres of life
  • Economy
  • Community
  • Environment

Oregon Shines
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90 Oregon Benchmarks measure Oregons progress.
Results, Not Effort
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The Oregon Progress Board monitors and reports
progress.
  • An independent 12-member panel, chaired by the
    governor
  • Created by the Legislature in 1989
  • Steward of Oregon Shines

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PROGRESS BOARD MISSION
  • …to make Oregon Shines a reality the
    benchmarks useful tools for Oregonians working to
    improve their communities.

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How does the board make Oregon Shines a reality?
  • By helping partners

Focus Focus Focus
on what matters most to Oregonians
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  • Unfocused partner program

Strategic Planning
Information Data Analysis
Customer focus and satisfaction
Organizational Leadership
Systematic Learning
Human Resource Policies Practices
Work Process Management
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  • Focused partner program

Human Resources
Customer focus and satisfaction
Organizational leadership
Work process management
Strategic planning
Systematic learning
Information and data analysis
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  • Unfocused partners
  • (government one partner of many)

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  • More focused partners
  • internal program alignment

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  • Elements of well-focused partners

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Same elements in planning.
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  • Strategic Vision Oregon Shines Where do we want
    to be headed?

Performance Measures
Strategic Vision
Societal Measures
Shared Strategies
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  • Oregon Shines
  • Strategic vision for Oregon
  • 20-year horizon (2010)
  • Citizen engagement
  • Trend analysis
  • Whole state focus
  • 1989 and 1997 (OSII)
  • Oregon Shines III 2008-09

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Oregon Shines Goals
  • ECONOMY Quality jobs for all Oregonians
  • COMMUNITY Engaged, caring and safe communities
  • ENVIRONMENT Healthy, sustainable surroundings

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Oregon Shines III Partner Panel Findings
  • We need to invest more in
  • Systems thinking
  • Collaboration
  • Prevention

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Projected Outcomes for Oregon Shines III
  • Better understanding of Oregons condition and
    trends affecting the future
  • General agreement on the key drivers affecting
    the three goals of Oregon Shines
  • An Infrastructure for Results linking program
    performance in and out of government to the
    Oregon Benchmarks

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Societal measures of progress Oregon Benchmarks
Performance Measures
Strategic Vision
Societal Measures
Shared Strategies
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Seven benchmark categories
  • Economy
  • Education
  • Civic Engagement 
  • Social Support 
  • Public Safety
  • Community Development
  • Environment
  • ECONOMY Quality jobs for all Oregonians
  • COMMUNITY Engaged, caring safe communities
  • ENVIRONMENTHealthy, sustainable surroundings

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91 benchmarks track Oregons progress.
  • ECONOMY Rural employment, trade, new business,
    job growth, professional services, economic
    diversification, research development, venture
    capital, cost of doing business, regulatory
    burden, income, wages, income disparity, working
    poor, unemployment, exports, foreign language
  • EDUCATION ready to learn, 3rd 8th grade
    reading and math, CIM, dropouts, HS and college
    completion, adult literacy, computer/Internet
    usage, labor force skills training
  • CIVIC ENGAGEMENT volunteering, voting, feeling
    of community, understanding taxes, taxes per
    income, public management quality, SP bond
    rating, arts, libraries
  • SOCIAL SUPPORT teen pregnancy, prenatal care,
    infant mortality, immunizations, HIV, smoking,
    premature death, perceived health status, child
    care slots and affordability, teen substance
    abuse, child abuse, elder abuse, alcohol and drug
    use while pregnant, poverty, health insurance,
    homelessness, child support, hunger, seniors
    living independently, working disabled, disabled
    living in poverty
  • PUBLIC SAFETY overall crime, juvenile arrests,
    students carrying weapons, adult and juvenile
    recidivism, emergency preparedness
  • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT traffic congestion,
    drinking water, commuting, vehicle miles
    traveled, road and bridge condition, home
    ownership, affordable housing
  • ENVIRONMENT air quality, CO2 emissions, wetlands
    gain/loss, stream water quality, in-stream flow
    rights, agricultural lands, forest lands, timber
    harvest, municipal waste disposal, hazard
    substance cleanup, freshwater/marine/terrestrial
    species health, natural habitat, invasive
    species, state park acreage

ECONOMY
COMMUNITY
ENVIRONMENT
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  • The Progress Board updates and reports on the
    benchmarks every two years
  • Anyone can suggest a benchmark change.
  • Over 8,000 Oregonians have spoken.
  • Statewide Reports
  • County Reports

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Statewide benchmark performance reports are
biennial.
  • 1999
  • 2001
  • 2003
  • 2005
  • 2007
  • 1991
  • 1993
  • 1995
  • 1997

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Two important web sites
www.oregon.gov/DAS/OPB
benchmarks.oregon.gov
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County data are available for about 30 benchmarks…
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County benchmark data can generate pride.
Childrens Index
  • Six best counties
  • 1 Wallowa
  • 2 Washington
  • 3 Benton
  • 4 Polk
  • 5 Clackamas
  • 6 Union

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Or, concern!
  • 36 Somas County (fictional)

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  • Shared concerns can lead to shared strategies.

Performance Measures
Strategic Vision
Societal Measures
Shared Strategies
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Example Partners for Children Families
  • Comprehensive planning for children and families
    at local county level
  • Involves five state agencies, 36 counties and
    many local providers
  • Oregon Benchmarks magnet for collaboration

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  • Performance measures reveal how partners are
    doing.

Performance Measures
Strategic Vision
Societal Measures
Shared Strategies
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  • Partners have only partial control over Oregon
    Benchmarks.

Oregons Progress
Benchmarks
Partners Progress
Performance Measures
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  • In state government, agencies link pertinent
    Oregon Benchmarks to
  • their performance.

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  • Example
  • Pre-kindergarten

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Partners in achieving Oregon Benchmark targets
  • Many state agencies
  • County and city governments
  • Community programs
  • Business community
  • Foundations
  • Not-for-profits

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Key Performance Measures (KPMs) in Oregons
budget process
  • Executive branch budget instructions
  • Require KPMs and specify criteria for a good KPM
  • Require alignment of KPMs to pertinent benchmarks
  • Executive branch budget analysts
  • Review KPMs against criteria for governor and
    legislature
  • Legislative branch (Ways and Means)
  • Approves KPMs and considers KPM data during the
    budget process

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Thank you!
  • Rita Conrad, Oregon Progress Board
  • Dawn Farr, Legislative Fiscal Office
  • Rick Gardner, Budget and Management
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