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By establishing meaningful performance measurements, Hamilton County departments demonstrate their commitment to providing effective and efficient public service to county citizens.
This web page highlights links to three groups of performance measurement data:
Hamilton County strives for performance indicators that focus on outcomes rather than outputs. Output indicators reflect what an agency does and are a good record of the volume of work performed by county employees. Outcome measures focus on how well an agency performs by concentrating on quality, effectiveness and efficiency. Output indicators should be combined with outcome measures to reflect a complete picture of agency performance.
The performance data below will appear in a wide variety of formats. In addition to representing those county departments under the authority of the Board of County Commissioners, it also includes performance indicators from other elected county officials like the Sheriff and the Auditor; independently governed county agencies like the Public Defender and the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board; and county-affiliated and funded agencies like the Museum Center and Port Authority. The links may include contractually mandated reports, department's internal tracking mechanisms, or annual reporting publications. County Administration attempts to update performance measures quarterly.
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