Strategic Planning Measure Details
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Agency CodeAgency NameMeasure NameMeasure ClassMeasure FrequencyPreferred TrendMeasure TypeYear Type
122Department of Planning and BudgetAverage rate of survey respondents' satisfaction with the timeliness and quality of the agency's analyses.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
122Department of Planning and BudgetAdministratively approved appropriations as a percentage of legislative appropriations.Other AgencyAnnuallyDecreaseOutcomeState FY
122Department of Planning and BudgetPercentage of all versions of bills assigned to the agency (excluding those marked “no review”) for which fiscal impact statements were issued.Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
122Department of Planning and BudgetAverage satisfaction rating of the Governor’s policy staff with the quality and timeliness of the impact analyses.Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
122Department of Planning and BudgetPercentage of economic impact analyses that are completed within 45 days from receipt of proposed and fast-track (stage) regulatory proposals.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
122Department of Planning and BudgetAccuracy of the agency's forecast for total state responsible inmate population.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
123Department of Military AffairsPercentage of Statewide Interoperability Communications SystemsAgency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseInputState FY
123Department of Military AffairsPercentage of National Guard Civil Support (NGCS) PackagesAgency KeyAnnuallyStableInputState FY
123Department of Military AffairsCost-saving benefit to the Commonwealth of VirginiaAgency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
123Department of Military AffairsPercentage of Virginia National Guard MembershipOther AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
123Department of Military AffairsCommonwealth Challenge Graduation RatesProductivityAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
123Department of Military AffairsNumber of Virginia Defense Force MembersOther AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
123Department of Military AffairsNumber of Mandays at Fort Pickett and Camp PendeltonOther AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
127Department of Emergency ManagementThe number of hours of training delivered each year. The number of hours of training is more reflective of the volume of training than the number of courses. VDEM is moving to an academy approach in training delivery and one course may be 80 hours in length. ProductivityAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
127Department of Emergency ManagementPer recommendation of Senate Bill 381, onboard Sheltering Coordinator and Planning positions.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
127Department of Emergency ManagementPass 2015 Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) 5 - year evaluationAgency KeyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
127Department of Emergency ManagementEstablish stakeholder involved strategic allocation for State Homeland Security Grant Programs.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
127Department of Emergency ManagementImplement short-term enhancements and long term initiatives as identified in 2014 in-season hurricane review.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
127Department of Emergency ManagementStatewide average score of the Local Capability Assessment of Readiness (LCAR) self assessments by localities annually.Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
127Department of Emergency ManagementPercentage of corrective measures addressed by the Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM) within 90 days of completion of the after action review of the annual Virginia Emergency Response Team Exercise (VERTEX).Agency KeyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
127Department of Emergency ManagementPercent of jurisdictions by VDEM region that participating in Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) compliant exercises.Agency KeyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
127Department of Emergency ManagementPercent of Virginia Emergency Response Team (VERT) representatives who complete National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Crisis Management training.Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
129Department of Human Resource ManagementPercentage by which diabetes pilot group costs are less than control group costsAgency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
129Department of Human Resource ManagementPercentage of self-insured state employee health plans and buy-up options below the ACA 40% excise tax benchmark.ProductivityAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
129Department of Human Resource ManagementPercentage of succession plan indicators pushed to the publicAgency KeyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
129Department of Human Resource ManagementPercentage of Executive Branch employees whose salary data is published onlineAgency KeyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
129Department of Human Resource ManagementPercentage of DHRM customers rating services received as good or betterAgency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
132Department of ElectionsCompliance with Continuity of Operations (COOP) requirementsProductivityAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
132Department of ElectionsAgency information security data points Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
132Department of ElectionsNumber of automated data sets available to the publicProductivityAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
132Department of ElectionsIncrease number of processes that can be completed onlineAgency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
132Department of ElectionsAverage annual cost of maintaining VERIS systemAgency KeyAnnuallyDecreaseOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyNumber of jurisdictional (county, city, town) updates processed for the road centerline (RCL) database for VGIN Services.Other AgencyQuarterlyIncreaseOutputState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of service level objectives (defined in customer agency memorandums of understanding) met or exceeded. Target: 100% SLA performance for ITP services. Agency KeyQuarterlyStableOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of payments for delivered goods and services paid by the required payment due date. Target: 95% compliance.Agency KeyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyCustomer agency adoption of VITA-offered enterprise shared services, particularly MITA platform. Target: 50% increase in citizen utilization (transactions) of Commonwealth Authentication System (CAS) to access eHHR and other systems in CA2015.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of employees accessing available VITA Knowledge Center and VITA's Skillport resources to enhance their knowledge base and skillsets.Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercent of growth in geospatial services usage compared to the previous year.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyAverage personnel cost per E-911 call received by local public safety answering points (PSAPs)ProductivityAnnuallyDecreaseOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercent of localities and state agencies satisfied with the 9-1-1 and geospatial Public Services Communication services provided by Virginia Information Technologies AgencyOther AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of service level objectives met or exceeded in Network ServicesOther AgencyQuarterlyStableOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of service level objectives met or exceeded in Data Center servicesOther AgencyQuarterlyStableOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of service level objectives met or exceeded in Desktop and End User ServicesOther AgencyQuarterlyStableOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of Security Services Service Level Agreements met or exceededOther AgencyQuarterlyStableOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of new information technology efforts (strategic plans, projects, procurement requests/contracts, etc.) that met the standards and requirements of the Commonwealth's Enterprise Architecture (EA).Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of Commonwealth major information technology (IT) projects completed on time and on budget against their managed project baseline. Target: 100% performance for all major technology projects.Agency KeyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyAvailability of Enterprise/Collaborative Production ServicesOther AgencyQuarterlyStableOutcomeState FY
136Virginia Information Technologies AgencyPercentage of commonwealth executive branch agencies achieving satisfactory results in reviewing their environment for adequate compliance with the Commonwealth's Information Security Program. Currently 30% of agencies have completed required security audits. Target: 50% increase in compliance CY2015Agency KeyAnnuallyStableOutcomeCalendar
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesNumber of virtual training courses completedOther AgencyQuarterlyIncreaseOutputState FY
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesNumber of training academies and agencies visitedOther AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesPercentage of Byrne grants awarded based on Data Driven Decision Making (3DM)Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesPrecentage of Comprehensive Community Corrections and Pretrial Services (CCCA/PTS) grantees implementing Data Driven Decision Making (3DM).Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesPercentage of Pre and Post Incarceration Services (PAPIS) grantees implementing Data Driven Decision Making (3DM)Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesPercentage of criminal justice practitioners and professionals that rated the value of agency delivered training and education as satisfactory or above.Agency KeyQuarterlyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesPercentage of grant progress reports reviewed within 45 days of receipt by the Department of Criminal Justice Services.Agency KeyQuarterlyIncreaseOutputState FY
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesPercentage of grants monitoredOther AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesAverage cost to award each $100 of grant funds.ProductivityAnnuallyDecreaseOutputState FY
140Department of Criminal Justice ServicesPercentage of vendor payments made on timeOther AgencyQuarterlyStableOutputState FY
146The Science Museum of VirginiaNumber of climate change educational programs offered.ProductivityAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
146The Science Museum of VirginiaNumber of healthy food and nutrition demonstrations in kitchen stadiumProductivityAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
146The Science Museum of VirginiaNumber of family-education program offeringsAgency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
146The Science Museum of VirginiaNumber of contact hours with ourtreach programming partnersProductivityAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
146The Science Museum of VirginiaNumber of student field trip visits to the Science Museum of Virginia, Danville Science Center and Virginia Aviation Museum.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
146The Science Museum of VirginiaAmount of nongeneral fund dollars raised in partnership with the Science Museum Foundation.ProductivityAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
148Virginia Commission for the ArtsWe will assist arts organizations to increase the number of arts events provided to the public by providing financial and technical resources.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
148Virginia Commission for the ArtsStaff costs to process each grant application.ProductivityAnnuallyDecreaseState FY
148Virginia Commission for the ArtsWe will assist arts organizations to increase public attendance at Commission funded arts events by providing financial and technicl assitance.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
148Virginia Commission for the ArtsWe will assist arts organizations to increase the amount of private and local government financial support for the arts.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
148Virginia Commission for the ArtsAssist K-12 schools to increase participation in the arts for all Virginia students.Agency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
148Virginia Commission for the ArtsNo grant decision appeals filed by Commission grantees.Other AgencyAnnuallyDecreaseOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of staff employed by DOA greater than 5 years.Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of employees who terminated employment with DOA during the fiscal year.Other AgencyAnnuallyDecreaseOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsReceive the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers of America for the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. Agency KeyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of time legislated deadlines for updating statewide financial systems are met.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsCost per transaction of providing core system administration for the statewide financial management systems (CARS, Cardinal and CIPPS).ProductivityQuarterlyStableOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of time that financial management systems are available to customer state agencies.Agency KeyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of all general ledger anomalies and reconciliation discrepancies resolved within one month.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of time the original legislative appropriations are recorded and reconciled within seven days of receipt from the Department of Planning and Budget (DPB).Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsPercentage of corrective action workplans (CAWS) that are submitted in accordance with Department of Accounts (DOA) policy.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsThe number of recurring Auditor of Public Accounts (APA) internal control findings.Other AgencyAnnuallyDecreaseOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of payrolls reviewed and processed by the final certification date.Agency KeyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wage and tax statements (W-2's) processed by the employee deadline of January 31.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
151Department of AccountsPercentage of statewide vendor payments paid by the due date.Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsDevelop the annual Full-Costing Statewide Indirect Cost Allocation Plan, Federal Indirect Cost Allocation Plan, and the Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards in accordance with applicable federal regulations.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsRate of receipt of a 'satisfactory ranking' on the overall customer service survey for each agency served by the Department of Account's (DOA) Payroll Service Bureau (PSB) indicates timely and accurate payroll processing.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
151Department of AccountsPercentage of time the state's enterprise application system Cardinal, administered by the Department of Accounts, is available to customer state agencies. Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutputState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of eligible purchases made with the small purchase charge card by state agencies.Other AgencyAnnuallyIncreaseOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsPercentage of monthly revenue reports produced within two business days of the Commonwealth Accounting and Reporting System (CARS) monthly close.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
151Department of AccountsPercent of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reporting requirements and payment deadlines met.Other AgencyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
152Department of the TreasuryCompare private sector and state agency costs to administer the same program. Other AgencyQuarterlyDecreaseOutcomeState FY
152Department of the TreasuryEnsure that all debt disclosure requirements are met and provided on a timely basis.Agency KeyAnnuallyStableOutcomeState FY
152Department of the TreasuryNumber of basis points by which yield on Virginia's general fund investment earnings exceed an industry benchmark by 15 basis points.Agency KeyQuarterlyStableOutputState FY
152Department of the TreasuryPercentage of valid unclaimed property claims paid within 60 calendar days.Agency KeyQuarterlyStableOutputState FY
152Department of the TreasuryEnsure that all debt payment obligations are paid on time.Agency KeyQuarterlyStableOutputState FY
152Department of the TreasuryPercentage of checks delivered in a timely and accurate manner.Agency KeyQuarterlyStableOutputState FY
152Department of the TreasuryNumber of checks printed per year by Treasury's Check Processing and Bank Reconciliation Service Area.ProductivityAnnuallyDecreaseOutputState FY
152Department of the TreasuryComparison of bond yieldsOther AgencyQuarterlyStableOutcomeState FY
154Department of Motor VehiclesNumber of alternative Government services transactions performedAgency KeyAnnuallyIncreaseOutputState FY
154Department of Motor VehiclesAverage wait time for customers conducting business in Customer Service CentersOther AgencyAnnuallyDecreaseOutcomeState FY
154Department of Motor VehiclesAverage statewide wait time for customers conducting business with a Customer Contact CenterOther AgencyAnnuallyDecreaseOutcomeState FY
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