City of Austin Performance Measures

Dataset

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Data: JSON 100 Rows
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Host data.austintexas.gov
Id vsbg-t3e9
Name City of Austin Performance Measures
Attribution City of Austin
Category Financial
Tags performance, measures, performance measures
Created 2015-08-24T20:30:31Z
Publication Date 2015-08-26T15:28:10Z

Description

This dataset provides the public an opportunity to review the measures of each city department and helps to maintain open communication and transparency with Austin residents. It is the dataset form of the online database, ePerformance Measures, found on the City?s website here: http://www.austintexas.gov/budget/eperf/index.cfm. The City of Austin is committed to providing the highest quality services to our community members. As efforts to be the most livable and best managed city in the country continue, this dataset provides valuable information needed to sustain service levels, strive for excellence, and continue improvement. Performance measures provide departmental staff and management with the critical operating information they need to assess quality service delivery and measure success. Measures provide City management key decision-making information for resource allocation, process improvements and other management decisions. Measures also provide the City Council comprehensive data on each department’s primary operating functions. Further information on some of the key terms utilized throughout the dataset can be accessed through the Definitions section of the ePerf website: http://www.austintexas.gov/budget/eperf/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.Definitions. The data shown in the dataset is based on the most updated information available and could change as more current information is provided.

If you have any questions or comments regarding this database, or any budget inquiry, please contact the Budget Office via email at coa.budget@austintexas.gov or telephone at (512) 974-2610.

Columns

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| No       | time           | :updated_at           | updated_at            | meta_data | meta_data   |
| No       |                | fy                    | FY                    | number    | number      |
| Yes      | series tag     | department_name       | DEPARTMENT_NAME       | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | program_name          | PROGRAM_NAME          | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | activity_name         | ACTIVITY_NAME         | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | program_objective     | PROGRAM_OBJECTIVE     | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | activity_objective    | ACTIVITY_OBJECTIVE    | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | activity_description  | ACTIVITY_DESCRIPTION  | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | core_services         | CORE_SERVICES         | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | semicore_services     | SEMICORE_SERVICES     | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | other_services        | OTHER_SERVICES        | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | contact_info          | CONTACT_INFO          | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | measure_name          | MEASURE_NAME          | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | measure_description   | MEASURE_DESCRIPTION   | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | key_performance       | KEY_PERFORMANCE       | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | dashboard_ind         | DASHBOARD_IND         | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | level_name            | LEVEL_NAME            | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | measure_type_name     | MEASURE_TYPE_NAME     | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | current_yr_projection | CURRENT_YR_PROJECTION | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | prior_yr1_projection  | PRIOR_YR1_PROJECTION  | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | prior_yr1_actual      | PRIOR_YR1_ACTUAL      | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | prior_yr2_actual      | PRIOR_YR2_ACTUAL      | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | prior_yr3_actual      | PRIOR_YR3_ACTUAL      | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | prior_yr4_actual      | PRIOR_YR4_ACTUAL      | text      | text        |
| Yes      | series tag     | frequency_name        | FREQUENCY_NAME        | text      | text        |
| Yes      | numeric metric | oct_current_yr        | OCT_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | nov_current_yr        | NOV_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | dec_current_yr        | DEC_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | jan_current_yr        | JAN_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | feb_current_yr        | FEB_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | mar_current_yr        | MAR_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | apr_current_yr        | APR_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | may_current_yr        | MAY_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | jun_current_yr        | JUN_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | jul_current_yr        | JUL_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | aug_current_yr        | AUG_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | sep_current_yr        | SEP_CURRENT_YR        | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | qtr1_current_yr       | QTR1_CURRENT_YR       | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | qtr2_current_yr       | QTR2_CURRENT_YR       | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | qtr3_current_yr       | QTR3_CURRENT_YR       | number    | number      |
| Yes      | numeric metric | qtr4_current_yr       | QTR4_CURRENT_YR       | number    | number      |

Time Field

Value = updated_at
Format & Zone = seconds

Series Fields

Excluded Fields = fy

Data Commands

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series e:vsbg-t3e9 d:2017-01-24T04:56:14.000Z t:prior_yr2_actual="New Meas." t:measure_type_name=Output t:program_objective="To provide information technology specialty services that include infrastructure, communications, applications, enterprise-wide solutions and project management services for the City of Ausitn." t:core_services="Data center management; Power management; Environmental management; Device monitoring; Server operational support of operating systems and hardware; Infrastructure application installation and management; Backup and storage management; Security audits; Deployment of new security systems; Security for remote access systems; Development of security policies and guidelines; Investigations and incident response." t:program_name="Communications and Technology Management" t:activity_objective="The purpose of the Infrastructure activity is to provide technology infrastructure for the City of Austin's systems and applications." t:activity_name=Infrastructure t:measure_description="The volume of citizens accessing the data portal will help to measure the success of the Open Government program" t:contact_info="Bruce Hermes, Deputy CIO, 512-974-1424" t:key_performance=No t:activity_description="Provide technology infrastructure for the City of Austin Systems and Applications" t:level_name=Performance t:prior_yr1_projection="New Meas." t:frequency_name=Annually t:prior_yr1_actual="New Meas." t:prior_yr4_actual="New Meas." t:department_name=CTM t:dashboard_ind=No t:current_yr_projection=360000 t:prior_yr3_actual="New Meas." t:measure_name="# of Visitors to City's Data Portal" m:qtr4_current_yr=0 m:may_current_yr=0 m:qtr3_current_yr=0 m:qtr1_current_yr=0 m:mar_current_yr=0 m:qtr2_current_yr=0 m:apr_current_yr=0 m:dec_current_yr=0 m:oct_current_yr=0 m:sep_current_yr=0 m:nov_current_yr=0 m:jul_current_yr=0 m:aug_current_yr=0 m:feb_current_yr=0 m:jan_current_yr=0 m:jun_current_yr=0

series e:vsbg-t3e9 d:2017-01-24T04:56:14.000Z t:prior_yr2_actual=1240 t:measure_type_name=Output t:program_objective="The purpose of the Licensing and Registration Compliance Program is to ensure Billboards, Hotels, Motels, Boarding and Rooming Houses, and Mobile Home Parks are properly licensed and in compliance with City Codes." t:core_services="Licensing and Registration; Billboard, Hotel, Motel, Boarding and Rooming House, Mobile Home Park, Waste Hauler, Short Term Rentals, and Repeat Offender Program; Illegal dumpsite and Vehicle abatement" t:program_name="Licensing and Registration Compliance" t:activity_objective="The purpose of the Licensing and Registration Compliance activity is to ensure Billboards, Hotels, Motels, Boarding and Rooming Houses, Mobile Home Parks, Private Waste Haulers, Short Term Rentals, and Repeat Offenders are properly licensed and in compliance with City Codes." t:activity_name="Licensing & Registration Compliance" t:measure_description="Number of Short Term Rental Licenses Issued" t:contact_info="Daniel Cardenas, Assistant Director, 512-974-1957" t:key_performance=No t:activity_description="Includes Licensing & Registration compliance and Illegal dumpsite and Vehicle abatement" t:level_name=Performance t:prior_yr1_projection=1475 t:frequency_name=Annually t:prior_yr1_actual=1169 t:prior_yr4_actual=452 t:department_name=CCD t:dashboard_ind=No t:current_yr_projection=1231 t:prior_yr3_actual=1099 t:measure_name="Number of Short Term Rental Licenses Issued" m:oct_current_yr=0 m:sep_current_yr=0 m:may_current_yr=0 m:nov_current_yr=0 m:jul_current_yr=0 m:mar_current_yr=0 m:feb_current_yr=0 m:aug_current_yr=0 m:jan_current_yr=0 m:apr_current_yr=0 m:dec_current_yr=0 m:jun_current_yr=0

Meta Commands

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Top Records

| :updated_at | fy   | department_name | program_name                             | activity_name                                 | program_objective                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              | activity_objective                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  | activity_description                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     | core_services                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   | semicore_services                                             | other_services | contact_info                                               | measure_name                                                                           | measure_description                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               | key_performance | dashboard_ind | level_name  | measure_type_name | current_yr_projection | prior_yr1_projection | prior_yr1_actual | prior_yr2_actual | prior_yr3_actual | prior_yr4_actual | frequency_name | oct_current_yr | nov_current_yr | dec_current_yr | jan_current_yr | feb_current_yr | mar_current_yr | apr_current_yr | may_current_yr | jun_current_yr | jul_current_yr | aug_current_yr | sep_current_yr | qtr1_current_yr | qtr2_current_yr | qtr3_current_yr | qtr4_current_yr | 
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| 1485233774  | 2017 | WWW             | Environmental Affairs & Conservation     | Public Affairs                                | To provide the necessary engineering, management, administrative, regulatory, and technical support services for the Utility's programs in order to meet community needs and regulatory requirements for drinking water, wastewater effluent and biosolids management, wildland preservation, and water conservation and reuse to protect the environment and delay building new capital treatment facilities and incurring the related costs. | The purpose of Public Affairs is to provide timely, accurate, and critical information regarding Austin Water to the residents of Austin.                                                                                                                                           | Responds to inquiries from the media and the general public, process Pubic Information requests, public engagement for Capital Improvement Projects, educational efforts and community events, provides regulatory notices for boil water notices as well as water main breaks and wastewater overflows.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 | Provides information to the public regarding water conservation efforts, watering restrictions, wastewater overflows, water main breaks, boil water notices, and other marketing and advertising. Handles public engagement for CIP projects, provides education events through the Dowser Dan show to K-4 graders and to 6 and 7th graders through the Mobile Classroom in partnership with Colorado River Alliance and AISD and provide a presence at public events regarding water services. |                                                               |                | Kevin Buchman, Manager, 512-972-0151                       | Percentage of Press Coverage                                                           | The measure shows the relationship between all press releases about the Utility published by the media as compared to those that show AWU in a positive light. The measure directly shows the amount of positive publicity the organization is receiving through the media and indirectly impacts the satisfaction that those who view the media have with the Utility. High percentages show that the Utility is effectively managing its public information efforts and is receiving a positive image throughout the community. | No              | No            | Performance | Output            | 100                   | 100                  | 100              | 100              | 100              | 100              | Quarterly      | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              |                 |                 |                 |                 | 
| 1485233774  | 2017 | CTM             | Communications and Technology Management | Infrastructure                                | To provide information technology specialty services that include infrastructure, communications, applications, enterprise-wide solutions and project management services for the City of Ausitn.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              | The purpose of the Infrastructure activity is to provide technology infrastructure for the City of Austin's systems and applications.                                                                                                                                               | Provide technology infrastructure for the City of Austin Systems and Applications                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        | Data center management; Power management; Environmental management; Device monitoring; Server operational support of operating systems and hardware; Infrastructure application installation and management; Backup and storage management; Security audits; Deployment of new security systems; Security for remote access systems; Development of security policies and guidelines; Investigations and incident response.                                                                     |                                                               |                | Bruce Hermes, Deputy CIO, 512-974-1424                     | # of Visitors to City's Data Portal                                                    | The volume of citizens accessing the data portal will help to measure the success of the Open Government program                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  | No              | No            | Performance | Output            | 360000                | New Meas.            | New Meas.        | New Meas.        | New Meas.        | New Meas.        | Annually       | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0               | 0               | 0               | 0               | 
| 1485233774  | 2017 | CCD             | Licensing and Registration Compliance    | Licensing & Registration Compliance           | The purpose of the Licensing and Registration Compliance Program is to ensure Billboards, Hotels, Motels, Boarding and Rooming Houses, and Mobile Home Parks are properly licensed and in compliance with City Codes.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          | The purpose of the Licensing and Registration Compliance activity is to ensure Billboards, Hotels, Motels, Boarding and Rooming Houses, Mobile Home Parks, Private Waste Haulers, Short Term Rentals, and Repeat Offenders are properly licensed and in compliance with City Codes. | Includes Licensing & Registration compliance and Illegal dumpsite and Vehicle abatement                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  | Licensing and Registration; Billboard, Hotel, Motel, Boarding and Rooming House, Mobile Home Park, Waste Hauler, Short Term Rentals, and Repeat Offender Program; Illegal dumpsite and Vehicle abatement                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        |                                                               |                | Daniel Cardenas, Assistant Director, 512-974-1957          | Number of Short Term Rental Licenses Issued                                            | Number of Short Term Rental Licenses Issued                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       | No              | No            | Performance | Output            | 1231                  | 1475                 | 1169             | 1240             | 1099             | 452              | Annually       | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              |                 |                 |                 |                 | 
| 1485233774  | 2017 | BUILD           | Building Services                        | Facilities Security and Mail Services         | The purpose of Building Services is to manage building operations and maintenance activities for the City of Austin to maintain and improve the City's infrastructure.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         | The purpose of Security Services Activity is to provide security and mail services so that city facilities are safely managed and departments can accomplish their missions.                                                                                                        |                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          | Security guards; security contracts; security surveys; security assesments; access badges; metered mail; inter-office mail                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      |                                                               |                | Eric Stockton, Officer, 512-974-7948                       | Total number of Interoffice units processed                                            | Number of interoffice mail that BSD staff transfers/processes to different City of Austin sites.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  | No              | No            | Performance | Output            | 1260300               | No Goal              | No Data          | 1315255          | 1017368          | New Meas.        | Monthly        | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0               | 0               | 0               | 0               | 
| 1485233774  | 2017 | WSP             | Flood Hazard Mitigation                  | Flood Safety                                  | The purpose of the Flood Hazard Mitigation program is to: 1) reduce existing flood hazards to protect lives and property and 2) maintain regulatory code and design criteria for new development to protect lives and property from flood hazard increase.                                                                                                                                                                                     | The purpose of the Flood Safety activity is to reduce localized and creek flood conditions; manage the risk of dam, floodwall, or levee failure; and provide warning of flood hazards to protect lives and property.                                                                |                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          | Floodplain structure buyout; Project planning, prelim. engineering, design, and implementation; Dam and floodwall/levee inspection; Hydrology and hydraulics; Flood awareness education; Drainage evaluation; Flood Early Warning System.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       |                                                               |                | Kevin Shunk, P.E. Supervising Engineer, 512-974-9176       | Number of structures/roadways with increased flood hazard protection-project completed | combined 3532 & 3558                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              | Yes             | No            | Performance | Output            | 12                    | 63                   | 66               | 37               | 31               | 65               | Quarterly      | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              |                 |                 |                 |                 | 
| 1485233774  | 2017 | PR              | Support Services                         | Departmental Support Services                 | The purpose of the Support Services program is to provide operational support and resources to the department that are necessary to effectively perform their jobs.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            | The purpose of the Departmental Support Services activity is to provide administrative and managerial support to the Department in order to produce more effective services.                                                                                                        | The Office of the Director exercises oversight of all departmental functions and provides support services to Citizen Boards, answers inquiries from the public, and researches and processes City Council requests for information and requests for Council action. It also establishes and enforces departmental policies and manages constituent issues. This office also provides administrative office management, support, and reception for visitors.                                                                                                                                                                             | Office of the Director, financial, human resources, information technology, and public information support; customer service, audit/internal review                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             | Staff and Council meetings and Boards and Commissions support |                | Suzanne Piper, Acting Division Manager, 512-974-6753       | Potable water consumed (billions of gallons)                                           | The total gallons of potable water used by the Parks and Recreation Department.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   | No              | No            | Operational | Output            | .59                   | 1.08                 | .55              | No Data          | .572             | New Meas.        | Quarterly      | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              |                 |                 |                 |                 | 
| 1485233774  | 2017 | POLIC           | Professional Standards                   | Training                                      | The purpose of the Professional Standards program is to provide ethical, professional direction and training to APD employees so that employees perform according to the guiding principles of policing and the community has trust and confidence in the department.                                                                                                                                                                          | The purpose of the Training activity is to train and monitor police officers for the Austin Police Department so that APD has highly qualified and physically and mentally competent staff to meet the expectations of the public and the demands of the profession.                | Training is a core activity. The activity is mandated by Chapter 1701 of the Occupations Code and Title 37, Section 216 of the Texas Administrative Code. The very first APD Academy class was held in 1946 and graduated nine officers. The curriculum provides at least the number of training hours in specific topics as mandated by the licensing entity - the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. In many cases (i.e. high liability areas such as driving and firearms; interpersonal skills; proper procedure; ethics and code of conduct), the academy devotes extra hours of training over the minimum required by the state. | Training/education; evaluation of probationary officers; qualification and certification; medical and psychological support, evaluation, and treatment; management support/advice; critical incident support; peer support                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      |                                                               |                | Mark Spangler, Training Commander, 512-974-8121            | Percent of cadets who graduated from the academy                                       | Out of the total number of cadets beginning the class, the % of whom complete the program                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         | No              | No            | Performance | Result            | 85                    | 85                   | 81               | 87               | 89               | 86               | Annually       | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              |                 |                 |                 |                 | 
| 1485233774  | 2017 | PW              | Support Services                         | Departmental Support Services                 | The purpose of the Support Services program is to provide operational support to Department employees so they have the necessary tools to perform their jobs.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  | The purpose of the Departmental Support Services activity is to provide operational support to employees so they have the necessary tools to perform their jobs.                                                                                                                    |                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          | Administration and Management; Financial Monitoring; Budgeting; Accounting; Purchasing; Human Resources; Workplace Planning and Support; Facilities and Logistics Management; Information Technology Support; Public Information; Customer Service; Business Intelligence.                                                                                                                                                                                                                      |                                                               |                | James Snow, Assistant Director, 512-974-9795               | Sick leave hours used per 1,000 hours                                                  | This is a comparison of how many hours of sick leave hours are utilized for every 1,000 hours scheduled (excludes vacant positions and scheduled overtime hours).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 | No              | No            | Performance | Output            | 35                    | 38                   | 33.57            | 32.07            | 30.17            | 33.5             | Monthly        | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              |                 |                 |                 |                 | 
| 1485233774  | 2017 | POLIC           | Professional Standards                   | Training                                      | The purpose of the Professional Standards program is to provide ethical, professional direction and training to APD employees so that employees perform according to the guiding principles of policing and the community has trust and confidence in the department.                                                                                                                                                                          | The purpose of the Training activity is to train and monitor police officers for the Austin Police Department so that APD has highly qualified and physically and mentally competent staff to meet the expectations of the public and the demands of the profession.                | Training is a core activity. The activity is mandated by Chapter 1701 of the Occupations Code and Title 37, Section 216 of the Texas Administrative Code. The very first APD Academy class was held in 1946 and graduated nine officers. The curriculum provides at least the number of training hours in specific topics as mandated by the licensing entity - the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. In many cases (i.e. high liability areas such as driving and firearms; interpersonal skills; proper procedure; ethics and code of conduct), the academy devotes extra hours of training over the minimum required by the state. | Training/education; evaluation of probationary officers; qualification and certification; medical and psychological support, evaluation, and treatment; management support/advice; critical incident support; peer support                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      |                                                               |                | Mark Spangler, Training Commander, 512-974-8121            | Number of cadets who graduated from the academy                                        | Total number of cadets that successfully complete basic training at the Academy                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   | No              | No            | Performance | Output            | 140                   | 87                   | 72               | 92               | 87               | 125              | Annually       | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              |                 |                 |                 |                 | 
| 1485233774  | 2017 | EGRS            | Cultural Arts and Contracts              | Cultural Development and Contracting Services | The purpose of the Cultural Arts and Contracts program is to nurture, preserve and promote Austin's arts and creative industries in order to strengthen and sustain Austin's dynamic cultural vitality.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        | The purpose of the Cultural Development and Contracting Services activity is to provide preservation and promotional services to Austin's arts and creative industries in order to strengthen the role of the arts.                                                                 | This activity is Semi-Core. There is no legal mandate. This activity was created in FY04, as part of the reorganization of EGRSO, to identify economic development strategies that focus on non-profit arts, music and creative industries in order to improve Austin's economy and cultural vitality.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   | Art in Public Places; Austin's New Year; Art Tours; Creativity Cultural Plan and Space Development; Artwork Donation and Loan Program; Cultural Funding Program; Faces of Austin; Filming; The People's Gallery; Cultural and Heritage Tourism Resources; Creative Ambassadors; Professional and Organizational Development                                                                                                                                                                     |                                                               |                | Meghan Wells, Cultural Arts Division Manager, 512-974-9314 | Total amount of funding awarded to cultural contracts                                  | Total amount of funding awarded to contractors through Cultural Funding                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           | No              | No            | Performance | Efficiency        | 9000000               | 8100000              | 9119145          | 8133190          | 7089500          | 6355356          | Annually       | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              | 0              |                 |                 |                 |                 |