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City Recognized for Performance Management Leadership

Post Date:09/19/2019 3:36 PM

ICMA Award 2019The City of Coral Springs is pleased to announce its Department of Budget and Strategy has been recognized by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) with the Certificate of Distinction.

Certificates are based on established criteria and are awarded at three levels: Achievement, Distinction, and the highest level of recognition, Excellence. Recipients at all levels collect and verify data to ensure reliability, train staff in performance measurement, and report data to the public through budgets, newsletters, and/or information provided to elected officials.

Certificates of Distinction are awarded to organizations who provide comparative and benchmarking information to the public, use performance data in strategic planning and operational decision-making, and share their knowledge with other local governments through presentations, site visits and other networking activities.

Certificates of Excellence go to government entities who also track and report key outcomes, survey residents and local government employees, incorporate data into performance dashboards or other visual communications, and foster the development of a performance culture throughout their organizations. 

Proudly, the City of Coral Springs is among 19 jurisdictions receiving the Certificate of Distinction, and just one of 63 recognized overall. 

 Members of the Department of Budget and Strategy were honored by City Officials during the Coral Springs Commission Meeting on Wednesday, September 18. 

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