16. repurpose for results
The state has improved outcomes by moving funds away from programs that are ineffective and towards those that get results.
1. strategic goals
The state has statewide strategic goals that are public, quantitative, published regularly, customer-oriented, aligned, equity-oriented, and publicly informed.
2. performance management
The state has achieved better outcomes through an enterprise performance management system that engages state leaders in using performance data to continuously improve results.
The state has a culture that supports the sustainable use of data and evidence to deliver results in a transparent, equitable, and ethical manner.
The state uses innovation to achieve its priority goals and improve results for residents.
5. data leadership & governance
The state has senior leadership and governance structures with the mandate to equitably use data to improve results.
6. data policies
The state has data policies that outline the principles, people, and activities that govern its data collection and use.
7. data infrastructure
The state has improved outcomes through technology infrastructure that allows it to efficiently collect, inventory, and share data.
12. evaluation use
The state has improved results by using evaluation, program inventories, and cost-benefit analysis.
14. results-focused contracting
The state has improved outcomes by using results-focused contracts for its publicly funded programs.
15. evidence-based grantmaking
The state has improved outcomes by allocating grant funding based on evidence of effectiveness.