Department Results Minneapolis
The purposes of the Department Results Minneapolis program are:
- To know if departments did what they planned to do.
- To assess why anticipated results were or were not achieved.
- To use that information to adapt future work.
This new process integrates a department’s planning and reporting into a single activity. Departments assess their business plans, recording what happened in the past year and providing rationale for results achieved. Key takeaways from the assessment of the plan are compiled into summary pages and discussed at a Results Minneapolis session.
Prior Results Minneapolis Reports
Prior to 2016, the Results Minneapolis program looked very different. Below are the final reports constructed in the previous program.
Single department reports
- 311 (February 2014)
- 911 (April 2014)
- City Assessor (September 2014)
- City Attorney (August 2014)
- City Coordinator (July 2013)
- Civil Rights (June 2014)
- Communications (August 2014)
- Community Planning and Economic Development (November 2014)
- Convention Center (July 2014)
- Finance & Property Services (October 2014)
- Fire (May 2014)
- Health Department (November 2014)
- Human Resources (October 2014)
- Information Technology (November 2014)
- Intergovernmental Relations (July 2014)
- Neighborhood and Community Relations (October 2014)
- Meet Minneapolis (July 2014)
- Police (April 2014)
- Public Works (May 2014)
- Regulatory Services (April 2014)
The following reports address subjects that cross City departments and are created with the input of multiple departments.
- Arts, Culture and Creative Economy (January 2013)
- Eliminating Racial Employment Disparities (March 2013)
- Growing Jobs (October 2013)
- Healthy Housing (April 2013)
- Meet Minneapolis (June 2013)
- NORTHnext (January 2012)
- State of the City through Data (January 2014)
- State of Youth (November 2013)
- Sustainability (September 2013)
- Youth Violence (October 2014)
Last updated May 18, 2016