Presented to an organization, this award recognize outstanding applications of a systems approach to performance measurement that has resulted in a culture change, sustained improvements, and demonstrated positive effects on government performance and accountability. This award recognizes an organization rather than a person that has yielded outstanding results on a sustained basis. Preference will be given to an organization whose results have been measured and whose impact has been documented in the literature or at conferences. The organization may be selected from all levels of public service – local, state, and the federal governments as well as from international and public service nonprofit organizations.
To nominate an individual for this award, please complete the nomination form and submit the required documents. Please note that attachments can only be accepted as Microsoft Word or PDF documents.
2017 City of New Orleans, Office of Performance and Accountability
2016 City and County of Denver (Denver) and its Peak Academy Initiative
2015 Mayor’s Office of Performance; City of Louisville, Kentucky
2014 CountyStat Program, Montgomery County, Maryland
2013 The Washington State Institute for Public Policy
2012 State of Maryland’s StateStat System
2011 City of Albuquerque, NM
2010 New York State Division of the Lottery
2007 Robert Shea, Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
2006 National Center for Productivity, Rutgers University-Newark
2005 City of Austin, TX
2004 Prince William County, VA
2003 Natural Resources Conservation Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
2002 The City of Phoenix and The United Way