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DRAFT AGENCY PROGRAMS: Government ***DRAFT*** Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Board of Tax Practitioners 7 Compliance The compliance program is 1 119-3, 119-4 Agency mission is to protect the Agency tracks initial response time to Direct The costs of the program goes to the 6000 people are affected Directly ORS 673.615. The compliance program is essential to the success of the responsible to insure that consumer. The agency's compliance complaints received by the Board. The heart of the Agency's mission to protect each year through the completion agency. The program is designed to eliminate unlicensed tax preparation licensees are competent program is designed to accomplish this times are lowering towards the agency the public. The cost of the program is of the complaint process. These while insuring that licensees are ethical in their activities. The cost of the and ethical in their mission. Performance measure 119-3 target. Agency looks at the total number outweighed by the benefit to the citizens citizens are directly affected by program is partially offset by the collection of civil penalties assessed and professional activities. The looks at initial response time insuring of people that are affected by the of Oregon. The program insures that unethical tax preparation. All collected. program responds to the agency is meeting the needs of the complaint process. The number of Tax Professionals are ethical in their citizens benefit by insuring the tax complaints made against public. Measure 119-4 insures the people handled satisfactorily each year. activities and unlicensed, unethical professions in Oregon are ethical licensees on their public experience with the agency is people are not allowed to operate in in their activities and unethical professional activities. This positive and the publics needs are met. Oregon. Collections of civil penalties unlicensed tax preparers are not includes serving notices and Agency looks at number of people help offset part of the costs of the allowed to operate in Oregon. assessing civil penalties on affected through a satisfactorily program. activities that are in conflict experience with the agency's laws and rules. The program also monitors and eliminates unlicensed tax preparation in Oregon. This includes serving notices on offenders and assessing civil penalties for unlicensed personal income tax preparation. Board of Tax Practitioners 7 Exam & Exam and Education 1 119-1, 119-2 Agency continues to improve its Agency compares the total number of Direct The education program is funded 1300 Oregonians directly ORS 673.615. The examination and education program goes to the heart of Education program is responsible for examinations through review of the personal tax returns filed in Oregon to the through its fees charged for impacted by taking the Board's the Agency's mission of insuring Oregon tax professionals are competent in creating and maintaining the questions each year and using the number of licensed tax professionals; examinations. The costs are outweighed Examinations, 4000 licensees their activities. agency's examinations. The services of a psychometrician (Public also agency tracks total continuing by the benefits of this program to insure directly impacted by continuing agency administers two Member of the Board) Board education hours submitted during annual competent tax professionals. The education program.600,000 levels of examinations, continues to review continuing renewals. benefits are preventing incorrect returns indirectly impacted by using the Licensed Tax Preparer and education to ensure that education prepared for and filed by Oregonians. agency's licensees, all citizens Licensed Tax Consultant offered to licensee meets the criteria benefit indirectly by benefiting from examinations. This program spelled out in its administrative rules. correct tax being paid to the State reviews the examinations for Agency review continuing education for to funds its programs accuracy including updates content to ensure content meets each year for tax law administrative rules and agency changes. The program mission. Agency continues to use contracts with local website to inform licensees of community colleges to approved continuing education proctor the examinations. courses. Program is also responsible for reviewing continuing education required for year years renewal of the preparer's and consultant's licenses. This review is to insure the content of the education meets the agency's requirements for Oregon Administrative Rule. Board of Tax Practitioners 7 Licensing/Ad Licensing/Administration 1 119-1 Licensing and Administration continues The agency compares the total number Direct The Costs of the Agency are offset by 600,000 citizens directly impacted ORS 673.615. The administrative program is the agency program the steer min program is responsible for to develop programs to meet the of personal income tax returns filed in correct tax returns being filed with the by using the service of the the direction of the agency. It is comprised of the Executive Director, Board issuing and renewing the increase in demand for tax Oregon to the number of licensed tax Department of Revenue. Tax returns agency's licensees, all citizens members and an Executive Assistant. agency's two levels of professionals due to the increase in professionals. prepared by licensed tax professionals indirectly by benefiting from licensure, Licensed Tax population. Agency is slowly moving have a much lower error rate than correct tax being paid to the state Consultant and Licensed the actual toward the target goal. returns without the help of a tax to fund programs for all Tax Preparer. professional. This lower the cost of Oregonians. 4000 licensees Administration program is processing the returns for DOR and directly benefit from the responsible to direct the lowers the cost of auditing. The Agency efficiencies of licensing in-house. agency. This includes licensing program has prevents many setting policy and costs of the citizens by insuring their tax procedures, administrative returns are prepared correctly. The duties, supervising staff and citizens pay no fee for this protection. working with professional The fees are paid by the Agency's associations. licensees. Criminal Justice 3 Racial Receive and analyze data 2 1 None adopted N/A Public confidence in validity of police Both. Agency staff collects Helps police agencies provide effective, Indirectly affects all persons Commission 21300 Profiling from law enforcement stops are tested by public opinion survey. and analyzes data. accepted services; increases public stopped by police in Oregon (data committee agencies on the Satisfaction with community assistance Community assistance is confidence in propriety of police actions. on 600,000 stops was reported to characteristics of persons will be measured through customer provided by contractor. Reduces need for remedial actions the committee by the small involved in police contacts to satisfaction survey. if/when incident occurs, including incident number of Oregon law examine possible over- review by government agencies and enforcement agencies that record representation, assist possible lawsuits against law and report this data). communities addressing enforcement officers and agencies. issue of racial profiling. Department of 6 Budget & Provides credible and 1 10700-1 This measure The latest information available was Positive outcomes of activity include - D - - Budget information is used by ORS 291; 2005-07 POP would continue development of the budget Administrative Services Managemen objective budget and compares Oregon's budget the year 2000 when Oregon's index better informed decision-making by Governor and staff and all 90 reporting system, ORBITS t program information to policies to other states through was 80%. Governor and Legislature. Legislators and their staff policy makers for the budget process quality deliberations on budget and index. management issues that face the state. Department of 6 Debt Service Payments on COPs, Article 1 - - Benefits include efficiency in centralized X $287 D - All State agencies benefit from Administrative Services XI-O, Lottery and processing of state payments million reduced costs. These reduced Appropriation Bonds. biennial costs benefit all citizens of debt Oregon. service on outstandin g Bonds & COPs in 2003-05 Department of 6 Facilities Facilities coordination and 1 - - Benefits include coordinated planning for - D - All Oregonians benefit from The statutes for the Capitol Planning Commission have been suspended for Administrative Services Division - Capitol Mall planning. state facilities and local citizen reduced costs. 2003-05 biennium. DAS is to provide necessary public reviews using the Statewide involvement in planning for the Capitol Capitol Projects Advisory Board meetings. Services Mall area Department of 6 Facilities Runs, repairs & services 1 10700-3 Measures Uniform Uniform Rent is 90% of private rates. Benefits include lower rental costs for D - All Oregonians benefit from ORS 276; 2005-07 POP would add positions to maintain the DEQ Administrative Services Division - State buildings Rent cost as percent of private state agencies reduced costs. Laboratory Operations rates and Maintenance Department of 6 Facilities User-paid parking spaces 1 - - Benefits include coordinated - D - The city of Salem benefits as well Administrative Services Division - and public transit management of state employee parking as State employees who work in Parking alternatives in Salem Salem Department of 6 Facilities Manages design, 1 - - Benefits include consistent oversight and - D - All Oregonians benefit from Administrative Services Division - construction, refurbishing, or management for state facilities projects. reduced costs. Project remodeling of buildings Managemen t 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 1 Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate DRAFT 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Department of 6 Facilities Manages statewide real 1 - - Benefits include lower rental costs for D - All Oregonians benefit from ORS 276; 2005-07 POP would transfer ownership of Ochoco Oregon Youth Administrative Services Division - property activities, including state agencies reduced costs. Authority property to DAS Real acquisition and disposition of Property real property. Services Department of 6 HRSD Labor Manages/oversees 1 - - Benefits include reduced liability related D - All Oregonians benefit from ORS 243.656 Administrative Services Relations/Co statewide labor relations and to potential strikes and arbitration reduced costs. llective collective bargaining issues Bargaining and activities. Department of 6 Human Provides Personnel 1 10700-6,7,8 State workforce Benefits include a state workforce that is - D - All citizens of Oregon benefit from ORS 240.190 ORS 240.195 ORS 240.145 240.435 ; 2005-07 POP would Administrative Services Resources Systems, Policy, and turnover, racially/ethnically qualified, diverse, and stable. having a highly qualified state evaluate replacing the Human Resource Information System Services Training diverse workforce, baseline workforce Division training for managers (HRSD) Department of 6 Information Coordination, 1 10700-9 Measures success of In 2003, 80% of all information Benefits of planning and project oversight - B Private vendors provide Information is used by Governor 291.037,291.038,184.473 to 184.477, 283.500, EO-98-05, EO-99-05, EO- Administrative Services Resources communications, review & state information technology technology projects succeeded include more successful information some services and staff, all 90 legislators and 00-02, EO-00-30, ORS 84, ORS 192, (Sections 1 to 4 Chapter 937, Oregon Managemen planning for enterprise projects. compared with 67% in 2002. technology projects that meet customers' staff and state agencies involved Laws 2001) t Division information resources business needs. in information technology projects (IRMD) governance. Policy & Planning, Quality Assurance Department of 6 IRMD E- Coordination of electronic 1 10700-11 Percent of all target Agencies moving business transactions Benefits include a single portal and - B Private vendors provide All citizens who access state ORS 184.305,EO-99-05, EO-00-30,ORS 84, ORS 192 Administrative Services Government delivery of governmental agencies who have successfully to internet increased from 2% in 2002 standard look and feel for State web- some services government through the internet services through internet completed an E-Government to 37.5% in 2003 pages will benefit. launch with Information Resources Management Division assistance. Department of 6 IRMD Includes 1 10700-10 Total cost of Benefits of centrally provided information - B Private vendors provide All citizens of Oregon will benefit 283.140,283.505, 283.510, 283.590/283.595 (Accounting Systems), Administrative Services Enterprise telecommunications and ownership for centrally provided technology services include increased some services by reduced costs from centralized 291.037, 291.038, EO-98-05 (Security Planning), EO-99-05, 184.305, Network computing services for State technology services compared efficiency and reduced costs. delivery of information technology 184.475, ORS 84, ORS 192; 2005-07 POPS would enhance security and Services, agencies . to 2000. services. upgrade the voice systems. General Government Data Center, Technology Support Center/Cybe r Security Department of 6 IRMD Manages shared spatial 1 - - Benefits include the coordination of - D - Information is used by state and ORS 291.037,291.038,EO-99-05,EO-00-02 Administrative Services Geographic data assets for State geospatial information for use by federal, local agencies, educational Enterprise state and local governments and citizens institutions federal agencies, and Office of Oregon. citizens Department of 6 IRMD Includes printing, copying 1 - - Benefits include lower cost mail Oregon B Private vendors provide All state agencies rely on mail ORS 84, 282, 283.140, 283.143 Administrative Services Publishing & and mailing services distribution, postage, and printing for state Constituti some services service - many require printing Distribution agencies. on: services as well Section XII, Department of 6 IRMD Computer programming & 1 - - Benefits include consistency and - D - All agencies rely on regular 2005-07 POP would enhance & maintain the Legislative Information System Administrative Services Systems systems analysis efficiency in development and maintenance of statewide systems (LINUS) Developmen maintenance of information technology like the Oregon State Payroll t& systems. System. Many also used this Consulting program to develop new computer systems Department of 6 Oregon Works to make the Oregon 1 10700-13,14,15 Number of - Benefits include better planning and - D - All Oregon citizens will benefit ORS 285; 2005-07 POPs would establish expenditure limitation and redo Administrative Services Progress Benchmarks a useful tool statewide or county planning performance measurement from better planning by their Oregon Shines Board processes that incorporate governments. Oregon Shines and/or Oregon Benchmarks. Percent of planning processes that incorporate Oregon Shines/Benchmarks. Percent of Oregonians familiar with Oregon Benchmarks. Department of 6 Pass- Including lottery funds, mass 1 - - Benefits include efficiency in centralized - D - All State agencies benefit from Administrative Services Through transit district taxes, processing of state payments reduced costs. These reduced Payments Tobacco Settlement and costs benefit all citizens of and other distributions Oregon. Distributions Department of 6 Public Contracts for and 2 1 10700-16,17,18 Average The most recent satisfaction rating for Benefits include a healthy state work- - B Private vendors provide A total of 110,000 employees, ORS 243.061-243.302; 243.550-243.585; 2005-07 POP would enhance the Administrative Services Employees administers medical, dental, employee satisfaction with employees is 6 out of 10; admin force and improved employee some services retirees and their dependents Benefit Management System Benefit life, accident, disability and PEBB benefit program; The assessment is .06%; 97% of PEBB's recruitment/retention. directly benefit from this program. Board long-term care insurance cost of the administrative contractors have met performance (PEBB) benefits for state employees assessment as percent of standards. and their dependents, premiums; Percentage of retirees, semi-independent performance standards met by agencies and self pay contractors groups Department of 6 Risk The State's manager for self- 1 10700-19, 20, 21 Annual - Benefits include lower overall risks costs B Some insurance All State agencies benefit from ORS Chapter 278 Portion of ORS 30.260-30.300 ORS Chapter 655; 2005- Administrative Services Managemen insurance, insurance and number of workers' through mgmt of self-insurance, coverage is purchased reduced risk costs. These 07 POP would continue position to manage subrogation collections t Division risk control. compensation, liability, and insurance, and risk control programs reduced costs benefit all citizens property claims per 100 Full of Oregon. Time Equivalent employees; Reduction in claims costs; Cost of Risk Mgmt per $1,000 of operating budget Department of 6 State Provides Statewide Payroll, 1 10700-22/23 These measures 91% of agencies won Gold Star and Outcomes include financial X A87, D - 36,000 citizens are paid by ORS 98,291, 292, 293,184,392; 2005-07 POP would improve time-keeping Administrative Services Controllers Accounting Policy, evaluate quality of accounting the State Controllers Division received accountability for all of State A133, Oregon State Payroll System; and payroll system for Division Accounting Systems, and by state agencies and for the Governmental Finance Officers Government. SEC Rule Vendors paid by State Financial (SCD) Reporting & direct services entire state Association Certificate 5 out of 5 years. 15c2-12, Management System (SFMS); all to smaller agencies. CMIA, state agencies rely on SCD policy Fair Labor and most use SFMS Standards ,GASB, IRS Regulatio ns Department of 6 State Motor Maintains and services 1 10700-5 Cost of state vehicles Price agreements generated 7.4% Benefits include lower cost vehicle rental - D - All State agencies benefit from ORS 279.820-990 & 283.310-395; 2005-07 POPs would upgrade the Administrative Services Fleet general service vehicles & as a percent of contracted savings in 2002 rates for state agencies reduced costs. These reduced current fleet and consolidate the Oregon State University fleet. rents to state and local rental rates; price agreement costs benefit all citizens of governments. savings Oregon. Department of 6 State Procurement contracts 2 1 10700-24 Savings achieved in Benefits include $3.6 m reduced costs Benefits include reduced costs for - D - Projected return on investment based on All State agencies and ORS 279; POP would continue the Oregon Smart Buy program Administrative Services Procuremen including the QRF and market basket of typical state for purchases of market basket items purchases by state agencies and projected spending and measured participating local governments t Office Cooperative purchasing suppliers by state agencies in 2004. partners. savings performance is $4.4 - $15.1 for benefit from reduced costs. programs state agencies These reduced costs benefit all citizens of Oregon. Department of 6 Surplus Recovers and disposes of 1 - - Benefits include revenue to the state for D - All state agencies and some local ORS 279; 2005-07 POP would upgrade the inventory database system Administrative Services Property state & federal surplus the sale of surplus property plus reduced governments benefit by having an Program property. costs for governments by buying federal efficient way of disposing of surplus property. surplus property. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 2 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Department of 3 Debt Debt Service 1 N/A N/A N/A X Certificate N/A DOC must provide adequate housing for 16,393 inmates during fiscal year This in mandatory in the sense that if the debt is not paid, the investors have Corrections 29100 s of all offenders sentenced to our custody. 2003 and roughly 3,800 the right to the facility for other uses. DOC needs the capacity. Participati New capacity, financed by Certificates of employees. on are Participation address that need. Debt used to service obligation on the resulting long finance term debt must be paid. prison constructi on related expenses. 17 sales are outstandin g with pay back periods from 1 to 24 years. Total debt on issued CPO's for 2005- 2007 equals $102,798, 987. Department of 3 Non-optional Loan repayments and state 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A Energy loans must be repaid. State 16,393 inmates during fiscal year Energy project loans are repaid to the Oregon Department of Energy for Corrections 29100 Payments government service agencies are assessed charges for other 2003 and roughly 3,800 Debt Service on ODOE bond issues. Central Gov't charges represent the charges. agency services - such as DAS and the employees. DOC portion of payment for statewide governmental services of the Secretary of State. These are not Executive and Legislative branches. optional. Department of 3 Operating Director's Office, Human 2 1 N/A N/A N/A D DOC personnel The administrative functions support During fiscal year 2003: 16,393 The Governor's Principle E is also addressed. If the DOC is stable, Corrections 29100 Infrastructur Resource functions, Budget, operation of the entire DOC. The inmates; 27,757 offenders under responsive and accountable to Oregonians - then the safety of the public will e Central Distribution, Fiscal department would not operate without parole / post-prison supervision; be enhanced. Services, Information these support structures. and 63,305 probationers. Systems, Facility Services Department of Human 2 Medicare This policy package will 1 N/A N/A N/A Indirect N/A The package would avoid new costs in a Direct: Approximately 50,000 dual Medicare will implement a comprehensive Part D drug benefit. If the state Services, Health Services, Prescription eliminate Medicaid- range between $31 million to $236 eligible individuals that are pays for drugs that are not on a Part D plan's formulary or pays for drugs for Access to Care for Drug equivalent prescription drug million General Funds. Also see potentially impacted. dual eligibles who choose to opt out of Part D, the costs will be 100% Vulnerable and Improvemen coverage for dual comments section. General Funds with little, if any, added value to the dual eligibles' health Uninsured Oregonians t and Medicare/Medicaid eligibles status. Modernizatio when the Medicare Part D n Act of drug coverage begins 2003 January 1, 2006, unless there are federal matching funds available. The federal Act eliminates federal Medicaid matching funds for drug coverage for individuals eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. Department of Justice 3 Administration - The Human Resources 1 137-5 (Percent of legal billing 137-5: Target is 80%, agency is at 69% Legal billings are tracked through the ELITE system Direct Centralized administrative unit creates cost savings Direct: DOJ employees. Indirect: Among other responsibilities, the fiscal service program helps ensure that DOJ is accountable for Human Section of Administrative receivables collected within 30 and R*STARS system. for the Department. Oregonians affected by DOJ services safeguarding funds entrusted to DOJ. The human resources program helps ensure that DOJ is Resources accountable for adhering to the state's contractual obligations. The information services program Services provides days) supports and maintains the computer infrastructure without which none of DOJ's other functions centralized fiscal services, could be performed. human resources and information services for the Policy packages: (1) Attorney compensation and compression (brings attorney compensation Department of Justice. closer to industry standard). (2) Justice building renovation (resources for pending renovation of facilities). Department of Justice 3 Appellate - The Appellate Division 1 137-1 (Percentage of legal 137-1: Target is 92%, agency is at The Department tracks information Direct Varies according to the state agency, Direct: 36 District Attorneys, This DOJ program enforces in the appellate courts civil laws and defends Civil and represents the state in cases in which the state's 91%; 137-2: The PM, for which we are through an internal system called "Matter program, or function receiving advice hundreds of victims of crime. the legality of policy choices made by the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Administrativ appeals to state and federal position is upheld.), 137-2 just now collecting data, is too inclusive Management," which provides the data from DOJ. Indirect: All Oregonians. branches and by voters through the initiative process. Litigation to enforce e Appeals appellate courts. The Civil (Percentage of litigation of the Department's Divisions. We are for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. the rule of law serves, depending on the subject of any particular case, all Unit Unit advocates for state in resolved through settlement) working with the Progress Board to six of the Governor's principles. specific legal matters and alter the PM. protects the state's overall legal interests by addressing appellate courts on legal matters (constitutional or otherwise) that affect the fundamental interpretation of Oregon law. Department of Justice 3 Attorney The Office of the Attorney 1 Direct Varies according to the state agency, Direct: DOJ staff, legislators and The Attorney General conducts extensive outreach throughout the state General's General oversees the program, or function receiving advice constituents. discussing matters related to public safety, consumer protection, child Office effective functioning of the from DOJ. support and other legal matters. The executive office manages all media entire Department of and legislative issues and provides extensive outreach to other agencies, Justice. The Attorney constituents and legislators. Policy package: Policy and Program General also works closely Coordinator (Provides critical coordination between DCS and Attorney with an broad cross-section General). of public and private officials to enforce the rule of law in Oregon. This activity includes the introduction and advocacy of an array of legislative proposals. Department of Justice 3 Civil The Civil Recovery Section 1 137-1 (Percentage of legal 137-1: Target is 92%, agency is at The Department tracks information Direct Nearly $7 recovered for every $1 spent. Direct: Many state agencies and Imposition of financial consequences on law violators can help maximize Enforcement assists the state in cases in which the state's 91%;137-2: The PM, for which we are through an internal system called "Matter their employees. Indirect: financial resources for meeting the educational needs of children, help - Civil recovering money owed to position is upheld.), 137-2 just now collecting data, is too inclusive Management," which provides the data Oregonians who are affected by maintain the state's capacity to provide basic health care for the needy, Recovery the state and protects the (Percentage of litigation of the Department's Divisions. We are for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. Data for PM the agencies served. reinforce the effectiveness of environmental protections, and contribute to state's interest in real resolved through settlement), working with the Progress Board to 137-3 is obtained by reviewing the ELITE the state's capacity to support the victims of crime. Policy Package: property. For example, this 137-3 (Amount of monies alter the PM; 137-3: Target is $8.37, database & Civil Enforcement Division DHS/DSL Probate (Establishes probate unit at DOJ, will save DSL and DHS Section represented the recovered for the state divided agency is at $6.70 (the most recent Collection logs. attorney costs.) state in the New Carissa by the cost of recovery) quarter is at $15.96) litigation, which resulted in a $25 million recovery. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 3 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Department of Justice 3 General General Counsel Attorneys 1 137-1 (Percentage of legal 137-1: Target is 92%, agency is at The Department tracks information Direct Varies according to the state agency, Direct: Many state agencies and By helping these agencies conform the agencies' own conduct to the rule of Counsel - work with state agencies cases in which the state's 91%; 137-2: The PM, for which we are through an internal system called "Matter program, or function receiving advice their employees. Indirect: law, and by helping those agencies enforce the policy choices made by the Business providing oral and written position is upheld.), 137-2 just now collecting data, is too inclusive Management," which provides the data from DOJ. Oregonians who are affected by Legislative Assembly, DOJ serves all six of the Governor's principles. Activities advice, representing the (Percentage of litigation of the Department's Divisions. We are for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. Data for PM the agencies served. agency in administrative resolved through settlement), working with the Progress Board to 137-7 is obtained through a survey sent hearings and addressing 137-7 (Percentage of state alter the PM.; 137-7: Target is 90%, annually to all state agencies. any other legal questions agencies responding that rank agency is at 94% within the agency. In the quality of legal services as Business Activites, the good to excellent) attorneys advise agencies with business or professional regulatory responsibilities Department of Justice 3 Trial Division The Torts Section defends 1 137-1 (Percentage of legal 137-1: Target is 92%, agency is at The Department tracks information Direct The state perserves state resources by Direct: Many state agencies and Avoidance of unjustified liability arising from errors or omissions committed - Torts the state in a wide variety of cases in which the state's 91%; 137-2: The PM, for which we are through an internal system called "Matter negotiating and litigating cases in which their employees. Indirect: by state agencies can help maintain resources for meeting the educational cases in state and federal position is upheld.), 137-2 just now collecting data, is too inclusive Management," which provides the data the state is accused of having tort liability. Oregonians who are affected by needs of children, help maintain the state's capacity to provide basic health court. Torts cases generally (Percentage of litigation of the Department's Divisions. We are for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. the agencies served. care for the needy and reinforce the effectiveness of environmental allege civil rights violations, resolved through settlement) working with the Progress Board to protections. At the same time, the tort litigation program at DOJ helps wrongful death, sex abuse alter the PM. ensure that the government itself is accountable for compliance with and emloyment law standards of care to avoid financial or physical injury to the public. violations, as well as many other claims. Plaintiffs in these cases seek millions of dollars annually in damages. Department of Land 4 Landowner Reimburses local 1 None Not Applicable Increased citizen awareness and Indirect DLCD and local Increased landowner awareness of 88,161 citizens received notice this Mandated by Ballot Measure 56 (1998), (ORS 197.047 and ORS 215.503 et Conservation and Notification government expenditures for participation in state and local land use governments changes in land use regulations/short year seq). No policy packages. Development notices provided to planning efforts term/ongoing landowners as required under statute. Employment Relations 6 Public ERB administers the 1 Measure No.11500-9: 100%. In the past 2 years, there have N/A Home Direct Employment Relations Collective bargaining establishes a DIRECT: Approximately 186,000 Resolving contested cases, conducting workplace elections, and Board Employee collective bargaining law that Percentage of disputes settled been no strikes by public employees in care Board process for resolving disputes over public public employees are under the administering the collective bargaining laws uniformly throughout the state Collective covers employees of state without a strike. the State of Oregon. workers employee wages, hours, and other Employment Relations Board's are core government functions that support the overall operation of state Bargaining and local government have working conditions. Resolution of these jurisdiction for purposes of and local government. These functions are mandated by ORS 243.650, et bodies. This includes collective workplace disputes insures the public collective bargaining. Last year, seq., and ORS 662.405-662.445. The Employment Relations Board has conducting contested case bargainin that it will continue to receive public the agency conducted self- proposed policy option packages for the 2005-07 biennium to add 3 staff, hearings, conducting g rights services without impairment or determination elections involving provide training and education for all staff, and update and enhance elections in which under interruption. It helps create a more stable 1,986 employees; it mediated technology. employees choose whether Article and productive workforce and reduces disputes for bargaining units that to unionize, and providing XV, the costs of recruitment and training. represented 31,790 state mediation services. Section employees and 13,010 local 11, of the employees; and it received 163 Oregon new contested case filings. there Constituti were no public employee strikes on. last year. INDIRECT: All citizens who depend on receiving public services without interruption or impairment by strikes or other workplace disputes. Employment Relations 6 State The Employment Relations 1 Measure No.11500-6: Amount On the average, contested cases are In 2003, the parties appealed 8% of the Direct Employment Relations The agency conducts contested case DIRECT: Approximately 34,000 Resolving contested cases is a core government function that supports the Board Employee Board conducts contested of time it takes to resolve completed within 343 days of filing. decisions the agency made under the Board hearings for individual state employees state employees are under the overall operation and stability of state government. These functions are Appeals case hearings to resolve contested cases from filing date State Personnel Relations Law. The who believe they were treated unlawfully Employment Relations Board's mandated by ORS Chapter 240. The Employment Relations Board has workplace disputes involving to final Board Order. appellate courts did not reverse any of in such areas as termination, demotion, jurisdiction. Last year, there were proposed policy option packages for the 2005-07 biennium to add 3 staff, non-union employees of the the Board's State Personnel Relations discipline, layoffs, transfer, 38 contested case filings by non- provide training and education for all staff, and update and enhance state. Law decisions in 2003. reclassification, etc. Resolution of unionized employees. INDIRECT: technology. workplace disputes creates a more All citizens who use or receive stable and productive workforce and state services benefit from a stable reduces the costs of recruitment and and more productive state training. It is faster, more efficient, and workforce. less expensive than resolving these disputes through court proceedings. Governor's Office 6 Admin The governor is the chief 1 None None Results of Governor's policies and X Oregon As the chief operating officer, the All citizens in every region of executive of Oregon and statewide leadership is evaluated every Constituti Governor ensures that scarce tax dollars Oregon provides leadership and four years by citizens through the election on, Article are invested to achieve the greatest long policy direction for Oregon process V term benefit to Oregon's citizens, our state government. The economy and our quality of life. governor faithfully executes the laws, makes recommendations to the legislature, and transacts all necessary business of government. The governor may veto bills of the legislature and shall fill vacancies by appointment. GSPC 199 6 Enforcement of government 1 The number of days from the 2003 target=90 days 2003 actual=78 Direct Approximately 10 percent of the Direct=approx. 185,000 public ALL AGENCY PROGRAMS SUPPORT BENCHMARK NO. 35, PUBLIC ethics through the filing of a complaint to the days ($60,000) GF appropriation will be officials and and 600 lobbyists. MANAGEMENT QUALITY The 2003 target was increased to administration of completion of preliminary collected as penalty revenue and Indirect = all Oregonians 90 days from the 2002 target of 72 days due to budget and staffing Government Standards and review transferred to the GF duting the 2003-05 reductions. The 2003 actual of 78 days was a 9.8% increase over the 2002 Practices law, Lobbying biennium actual of 71 days ORS 244.260 Regulation law and the Executive Sessions provisions of Public Meetings law. GSPC 199 6 Enforcement of government 1 The number of days from 2003 target = 120 days 2003 actual = Direct Approximately 10 percent of the Direct=approx. 185,000 public The 2003 target was increased to 120 days from the 2002 target of 90 days ethics through the commencement to completion 86 days ($60,000) GF appropriation will be officials and and 600 lobbyists. due to budget and staffing reductions. The 2003 actual of 86 days was a administration of of investigation collected as penalty revenue and Indirect = all Oregonians 48.3% increase over the 2002 actual of 58 days ORS Government Standards and transferred to the GF duting the 2003-05 244.260 Practices law, Lobbying biennium Regulation law and the Executive Sessions provisions of Public Meetings law. GSPC 199 6 Enforcement of government 1 Number of days from request to 2003 target = 30 days 2003 actual = 25 Direct Benefits not quantifiable. Opinions Thousands of Oregon public The 2003 target was increased to 30 days from the 2002 target of 21 days ethics through the issuance of written opinion days issued by the agency reduce agency officials. Published opinions are due to budget and staffing reductions. The 2003 actual of 25 days was a administration of costs by helping to prevent violations online and are constantly reviewed 56.3% increase over the 2002 actual of 16 days ORS Government Standards and by public officials and government 244.280 Practices law, Lobbying attorneys. Regulation law and the Executive Sessions provisions of Public Meetings law. GSPC 199 6 Enforcement of government 1 Number of training 2003 target = 35 2003 actual = Direct Helps prevent violations from occurring 2,000+ annually Such training has collateral benefits. Each person who attends a training ethics through the presentations made annually to 34 and reduces agency's enforcement costs session shares some of the information with co-workers and colleagues. A administration of public officials. Percentage of greater number of citizens benefit because their public officials become Government Standards and contested cases resolved informed about how to comply with the law. ORS Practices law, Lobbying before hearing or court 244.340 Regulation law and the proceedings Executive Sessions provisions of Public Meetings law. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 4 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments GSPC 199 6 Enforcement of government 1 Percentage of contested cases 5-year avg. = 83.6% 2005 target = Direct Significant reductiion in case disposition 50 Agency legal costs for contested case hearings and Marion County Circuit ethics through the resolved before hearing or court 90% costs Court proceedings can be exremely high. Settlement of cases prior to administration of proceedings hearing or trial greatly minimizes costs. Government Standards and Practices law, Lobbying Regulation law and the Executive Sessions provisions of Public Meetings law. GSPC 199 6 Enforcement of government 1 Direct The agency has the following policy packages for the 2005-07 biennium: ethics through the Restore exective support position to 1.0 FTE $18,647 administration of Restore Investigator 3 position $120,850 Compliance review position Government Standards and $87,495 Practices law, Lobbying Regulation law and the Executive Sessions provisions of Public Meetings law. Oregon Department of 4 All ODA Internal Auditor. Agencies 1 Supports the Agency Mission to Ensure Food Identification of risk assessment and development Indirect Services provided by Objective is to assist management in performing All of those who depend on the organization. ORS 293.590; 291.015; 291.026; 291.040 POP #100 Agriculture Safety and Consumer Protection, to Protect and initiation of audit plan. third party service independent and objective analysis of operations. meeting certain criteria Agricultural Natural Resources and to Promote Benefits include utilization of resources efficiently, are required to conduct Economic development in the Agricultural provider. improved government accountability, reductions of internal audits. This Industry. risks, and compliance with laws and regulations packages provides funding to contract with a private firm to conduct internal audits of the ODA as well as annual audits of Commodity Commissions as required by law. Oregon Department of 5 Identification Issues non-driver 1 Customer Satisfaction 730-21, 84.1% of DMV field office customers Delivery of quality customer service in the Direct Issues an identification card that is Directly impacts the more than Transportation Cards - identification cards to people DMV Customer Services 730- rated service satisfaction as excellent issuance of ID cards is reflected by high backed by standards and regulations for 500,000 Oregon residents who are Driver and who do not have a valid 22 or good in 2003. customer satisfaction ratings. Each proving identity. issued identification cards. Motor Oregon driver license or DMV Field office wait times averaged month, 400 randomly-selected field office Vehicle instruction permit, and who 13.6 minutes and phone wait times customers receive a survey form by mail. Services need some other valid form averaged 64.0 seconds in 2003. The survey allows customers to rate the of identification. service received during their visit to DMV. Efficient handling of ID card transactions contributes to low wait times in field office and supports DMV's mission and customer service goals. DMV field office wait times are calculated using automated wait time tracking systems. Phone queue times, calculated automatically by the phone system, reflect the average time that a customer waits to speak to a DMV phone agent. Phone agents provide information on how and where to acquire an identification card and resolve problems with ID cards. Oregon Department of 5 Debt Service 1 Debt Service Transportation Oregon Student 1 Operations Administration Division 1 D Provides for the agency's administrative functions including Commission and Assistance Commission Operations - staffing and external relationships/communications, budgeting, personnel, accounting, supplies that provides payroll overall agency direction, budget, finance, personnel support Oregon Student 1 Operations Information Technology 1 D Provides for the agency's Information Technology needs including external Assistance Commission Division Operations - staffing and internal systems operations and maintenance, phone system, web and supplies to provide the development and maintenance, internet and e-mail maintenance and tecnological support for the personal computer instanllations and maintenance agency; computers, telephone, web, e-mail, etc. Oregon Student 1 Operations Grants and Scholarship 1 D Provices for the administration of the Oregon Opportunity Grant, Rural Assistance Commission Division Operations - staffing Health Services, Nursing Services, Robert Byrd scholarships, former foster and supplies to deliver grant youth scholarships, Americorp/ASPIRE, Jobs Plus, Med-Dent loan program and scholarship aid plus and over 300 private scholarships providing awareness and information to individuals regarding going to school beyond high school. Oregon Student 1 Operations Office of Degree 1 D Provides the resources necessary to perform the functions of the Office of Assistance Commission Authorization Division Degree Authorization Division Operations - staff and supplies to provide oversight for degree authorization, degree validation and adverse impact determinations. Oregon Youth Authority 3 Administratio Oregon Youth Authority 1 Direct OYA Direct - 2,867 Youth in custody Services provided by OYA and the funding/funding levels for them are not 41500 n / State administration provides (7/03-6/04 Actual Youth Served directly mandated in the constitution. However, because county courts have Government leadership, strategic Families, 36 county juvenile the ability to commit youth to OYA for either close custody or placement and Service planning, program direction, departments supervision without the approval of OYA (ORS 419C.478), there is an Charges policy development, implied mandate to provide some level of service. In addition, while OYA oversight, and centralized has paroling authority from close custody facilities, OYA must make that business services to the decision with the consent of the committing court (ORS 420.045). organization. In addition, administration provides funding for services provided by other state agencies such as liability and property insurance, Secretary of State audits, legal advice and representation, and others. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 5 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Oregon Youth Authority 3 Debt Service The goal of debt service is to 1 N/A N/A N/A X $6,6860,2 N/A N/A 41500 enable the agency to repay 82 principal and make interest Certificate payments on the Certificates s of of Participation (COPs) Participati issued to build youth on for correctional facilities. Facility Constructi on Due 2012 & 2021 Public Employee's 6 DEFERRED A plan for the deferral of 1 9.1.1 Annual increase in participation (1%); Joint Legislative Audit Committee B The PERS Board and its PERS annually processes $33.5 million A total of 19,500 members and ORS 243 Greater participation assists Oregon public employees to better Retirement System COMPENSA compensation payable to Percent of participants Annual increase in deferred salary reported in Dec 2002: "The committee supporting agency in deferred compensation benefits and their dependents directly benefit prepare for eventual retirement. Lower administrative costs encourage (PERS) TION employees and deferral of 9.1.3 (1%); Group counseling cost per concludes that the current administration (PERS) provide $50.2 million in deferred compensation from this program. A total of members to increase their participation. Customer satisfaction income taxation on that Percent of increase in dollars participant ($.92); Member's of the deferred compensation program administrative services. contributions. Statute directs the plan to 96,500 state and local employees demonstrates this government program is producing the results expected by compensation deferred satisfaction with the deferred needs no statutory or other substantive Citistreet is the third- be run for benefit of members with as low indirectly benefit from the the participants. 9.1.4 compensation process (99%) "fix." Employers and plan participants party administra- tor of of fees as possible. A supplemental availability of this program. In Cost/participant for alike are apparently satisfied with the the Deferred retirement plan, providing this service addition to the State of Oregon, meetings/counseling nature and level of services provided. Compensation Program. through PERS assists members in better 116 local government employers 9.1.5 Administrative costs are not out of line planning for their financial needs in also benefit by having PERS Customer satisfaction rating when compared to services provided." retirement. provide this supplemental plan for The committee did recommend PERS the benefit of their employees, develop a "staff costs allocation removing the administrative methodology that is based more on burden from the employer while empirical data." providing additional retirement services to the employer's staff. Public Employee's 6 PUBLIC A system of retirement and 1 1.2.1 Service retirements Number of retirements completed per Cost Effective Management Inc (CEM) B The PERS Board and its PERS annually processes $2 billion in A total of 310,000 active, inactive Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) 237, 238, 238A To ensure the PERS Retirement System EMPLOYEE death benefits for established per FTE FTE (3.51); Number of retirements provides comparative data for PERS and supporting agency benefits and $3 billion in contributions. and retired members and their retirement plan remains in compliance with federally mandated pension (PERS) S employees of public 1.2.2 Percent of retirements paid within 15 days of documents a peer group of 16 other US public (PERS) provide the This program frees public employers dependents directly benefit from plan standards, ORS 238.630(3)(g) directs the PERS Board, "Shall adopt RETIREME employers. Primary function paid within 15 days received (11%); Administrative cost for pension plans. In the most recent report pension administration from the administrative burden of this program. All Oregonians rules and take all actions necessary to maintain qualification of the Public NT SYSTEM provides a pension benefit to 1.2.5 Administrative cost per each newly established retirement (April 2004) PERS ranks as one of the services. Citistreet is the administering individual retirement plans. receiving benefits from any public Employees Retirement System and the Public Employees Retirement Fund members upon retirement retirement established ($61); Average member satisfaction most complex retirement plans in the third-party administrator Economy of scale savings produced. agency indirectly benefit from this as a qualified governmental retirement plan and trust under the Internal from public service, payable 1.2.6 Customer satisfaction with the retirement process ( 85%, study group. The CEM study notes that of the Individual Account Single plan across the state provides program. Revenue Code and under regulations adopted pursuant to the Internal for their lifetime, and to their rating surveyed June, 2003) PERS' median cost is influenced by our Plan. mobility for trained public servants. Revenue Code. Rules under this paragraph may impose limits on beneficiary for their lifetime, high complexity (3rd out of 17). Provides the Oregon Legislature with the contributions to the system, limits on benefits payable from the system and if so elected. Generally PERS administrative costs per ability to influence public pension policy other limitations or procedures required or imposed under federal law or active member and annuitant were about on a statewide basis. regulation for the purpose of qualification of the Public Employees average ($75 per member compared to Retirement System and Public Employees Retirement Fund under the average of $72),while work volumes were Internal Revenue Code as a governmental plan and trust." above average (4th out of 17). PERS has See the following Policy Option Packages (POP): a greater delay in paying the initial POP 101 PERS Restucture and Support retirement benefit than do the majority of POP 102 Legal Services other plans. PERS ability to measure POP 103 Backlog Reduction member satisfaction is above the peer POP 104 Legislative Implementation average. In addition to CEM, Wilshire POP 105 Information Technology Research as well as the National POP 107 Rims Replacement Association of State Retirement Administrators (NASRA) each produce annual public fund surveys for use in comparison studies. Public Employee's 6 VOLUNTAR A federally mandated 1 No current agency-level Oregon X ORS D This program allows public employers to A total of nearly 1,000 public Retirement System Y SOCIAL program to assist public Progress Board performance measure 237.412; deal with a local state representative employers are directly benefited (PERS) SECURITY employers who wish to evaluates this program. Federal providing a direct channel for information by having a venue for making a voluntarily join the Social Regulatio to the federal program administrators. voluntary election into the Social Security Old Age and ns, Title PERS staff allow public employers better Security Old Age and Survivorship Survivorship Program. 20, opportunity to resolve reporting issues program, while also having a Provides a pension benefit 404.1204 before escalating to federal intervention. direct local venue for program to members upon retirement clarification. from public service for their lifetime, if so elected. Public Utility Commission 5 Policy and An umbrella program 1 None N/A Efficient administrative support to the Direct Traditional financial cost data is not All customers of investor owned Policy Option Package 101 requests reclassifications of nine positions in Administratio composed of the Utility Program and the Residential available utilities. various sections of Policy and Administration, including Consumer Protection n Program Commission Office and a Service Protection Fund Program within Services and Administrative Hearings. Savings in service and supplies will number of divisions Legislatively Approved Budget fund these reclasses. No additional funding is requested. providing support to the constraints. public, the Utility Program Policy Option Package 103 requests one new 1/2 time Office Specialist 1 and RSPF. position to replace temporary and student workers. Savings in service and supplies will fund this position. No additional funding is requested. Public Utility Commission 5 Policy and Responsible for responding 1 12 This is a new measure. The goal for Reducing the average number of days it Direct In 2003, over 78,000 Portland General The average annual contacts in Administratio to questions from 2007 is to have 80% of complaint takes to complete an investigation will Electric customers received refunds the past two years have been n consumers about the utility investigations completed in an average increase the customers' satisfaction with totaling over $1,000,000, for a billing 27,174. We assisted in negotiating Program/Co industry and resolving 50 days of less. the handling of their complaint. violation of the Public Utility Commission a refund on a billing error with one nsumer complaints. rules that was first revealed to consumer utility affecting over 78,000 Protection services staff. Traditional financial cost households and another error that Services data is not available. we assisted which affected over 225,000 households. That would imply that in some years the impact is over 350,000 citizens. Public Utility Commission 5 Policy and Responsible for responding 1 13 This is a new measure to ensure that Increased customer satisfaction with the Direct In 2003, over 78,000 Portland General The average annual contacts in Administratio to questions from customer's requests for investigations handling of complaints. Electric customers received refunds the past two years have been n consumers about the utility are met timely. Our goal is to maintain totaling over $1,000,000, for a billing 27,174. We assisted in negotiating Program/Co industry and resolving an average open case level of no more violation of the Public Utility Commission a refund on a billing error with one nsumer complaints. than 400 cases carried over each rules that was first revealed to consumer utility affecting over 78,000 Protection month. services staff. We recently concluded an households and another error that Services AT&T settlement that will potentially bring affected over 225,000 households. refunds to over 77,000 Oregon That would imply that in some consumers of up to $70 each for the years the impact is over 350,000 unsolicited long distance calling plan citizens. placed on their accounts. Traditional financial cost data is not available. Revenue 6 Personal Income Tax - 2 1 1: Dollars collected per revenue 1: 2003: $90,938 per agent. 2005 $9.5 Billion 03-05 GF revenue: Direct/Indi Some collections are Program costs $6 per $1,000 of revenue. 2.3 million taxpayers (D) ORS 316.032. Gov's Prin. C - The program includes a number of tax process and audit returns, agent per month. 4: PIT non- target: $101,375. 4: 2003:62 compliance rate estimated to be 90%; rect contracted to private (Both PIT and Corp tax programs.) This incentives for economic development. POP for additional collection collect taxes, account for filer assessments issued per assessments. 2005 target: 60. 5: DOR revenue goal $250 M from collection agencies program funds education, public safety resources proposed (Cost $2.3 M; Revenue projection $20.3 M). POP for receipts employee per month. 5: PIT 2003:230 cases closed. 2005 target: compliance efforts and human services programs. additional audit resources (Cost $1.8M; Revenue projection $6.1M) and Corp Tax cases closed per 249. 6:2003: 26 delinquent returns revenue agent per month. filed. 2005 target: 23. 6:Delinquent PIT returns filed per FE employee per month. Revenue 6 Property Tax - appraise 2 1 2: Percent of property taxes 2: 2003: 93.7% of taxes collected. $6.7 Billion 03-05 local revenue. DOR X Article IX, Direct State portion of program costs $3.60 per 2,000 property owners (D); 1.9 ORS 306.115. Gov's Prin. C - The program includes a number of tax industrial and utility collected per year. 10:Percent 2005 target: 93.4%. 10: 62% of maps work directly affects $56 M of local section 1, $1,000 of revenue. This program funds million property owners (I) incentives for economic development properties, supervise local of Assessors' maps digitized. digitized. 2005 target: 77% revenue Or Const local education, and city/county services administration programs. Revenue 6 Tobacco Taxes - Cigarette 1 $528 Million 03-05 GF; OHP; local Direct 3-agency task force costs $9.20 per 260 taxpayers (D) ORS chapter 323. Distributors of tobacco products pay the tax on behalf of and Other Tobacco revenue. DOR revenue goal $30 M from $1,000 of revenue. Funds are paid to consumers. POP for outsourcing tax stamp issuance, processing payments Products - process and audit compliance efforts counties, cities, Oregon Health Plan. ($233,000 OF) returns, collect taxes, account for receipts 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 6 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Revenue 6 Inheritance Tax - process 1 $84 Million 03-05 GF revenue Direct Program costs $3.30 per $1,000 of 900 Estates (D) ORS chapters 118, 119 and audit returns, collect revenue. This program funds education, taxes, account for receipts public safety and human services programs. Revenue 6 Other Agency Collections - 1 $54 Million 03-05 GF/ OF revenue Direct Program costs $98 per $1,000 dollars 274 state/local agencies (D) ORS 293.250. Revenue offers both tax refund offset and full collection collect delinquent accounts collected for each state agency services to its collection customers. POP for additional collection staff (Cost for 160 state agencies customer. $1.6M; projected revenue $21M - all OF) Revenue 6 Timber Taxes - establish 1 $56 Million 03-05 local revenue Direct Cost is included in Property Tax 17,000 taxpayers (D) ORS chapter 321 forestland values statewide; Program. process and audit returns, collect taxes, distribute receipts for small woodlands and forest products harvest tax Revenue 6 9-1-1 Emergency Services - 1 $56 Million 03-05 local revenue Direct Program costs 50 cents per $1,000 of 56 city and county 9-1-1 call ORS 401.792. The program funds 9-1-1 public safety services at the local process and audit returns, revenue. centers (D) level collect taxes, account for receipts Revenue 6 Transient Lodging Tax - 1 $10 Million 03-05 OF revenue Direct Program costs $2 per $1,000 of 2,377 taxpayers (D) ORS 320.315. Tax proceeds are dedicated to tourism.POP for program process and audit returns, revenue.(5) admin (Cost $232,000 OF) collect taxes, account for receipts Revenue 6 Hazardous Substance Fee - 1 $5.4 Million 03-05 OF revenue Direct Program costs $3 per $1,000 of revenue. 6,300 fee payers (D) ORS 453.400 process and audit returns, Fees are used to fund hazardous collect taxes, account for substance safety program. receipts Revenue 6 Amusement Device Tax - 1 $3.7 Million 03-05 OF revenue Direct Program costs $4.80 per $1,000 of 36 counties (D); Comm. Coll. ORS 320.011 process payments from revenue. Student Fund (D) State Lottery Revenue 6 Petroleum Load Fee - 1 $2.6 Million 03-05 OF revenue Direct Program costs $1.80 per $1,000 of 140 taxpayers (D) ORS 465.104 process payments, account revenue. for receipts Revenue 6 Transit District taxes - 1 $368 Million 03-05 local revenue Direct Program costs $1.10 per $1,000 of 2 transit districts (D) Authorized by ORS 305.620 contracted service to Tri-Met revenue, paid by transit districts. and Lane Transit District. Process and audit returns, collect taxes, account for receipts Revenue 6 Corporate Excise Tax - 2 1 5: PIT and Corp Tax cases 5: 2003: 230 cases closed. 2005 $375 Million 03-05 GF revenue: Direct Program costs $6 per $1,000 of revenue. 80,000 taxpayers (D) ORS 305.015; 317.056; 317.070. The program includes a number of tax process and audit returns, closed per revenue agent per target: 249. compliance rate estimated to be 85%; (Both PIT and Corp tax programs) This incentives for economic development. collect taxes, account for month DOR revenue goal $80 M from program funds education, public safety receipts compliance efforts and human services programs. Revenue 6 POP to Enhance Internal 1 Assure appropriate and necessary Direct POP: DOR's dependence on IT for program delivery and $$ handled require Audit Function internal controls in place additional IA scrutiny (Cost $120,000) Revenue 6 Elderly Rental 2 1 $9 Million in payments Direct Program costs $61 per $1,000 in 4,950 elderly senior citizens (D) ORS 310.630-310.706. The program provides a subsidy to elderly senior Assistance/NPH - Distribute payments. Benefits and costs are paid citizens so that they can afford their housing costs. appropriated funds to low- from GF. income elderly renters and to counties to fund exemption for nonprofit homes for the elderly. Revenue 6 Senior Property Tax Deferral 2 1 $26 Million in payments Direct Program costs $4.80 per $1,000 of 8,410 property owners (D) ORS 311.666-311.701. The program enables lower income senior citizens - self funded tax deferral payments. Self-funded program, costs to stay in their homes. Excess revenue above reserves needed to pay taxes program for low-income are paid from program resources. are transferred to GF. elderly homeowners. State pays property tax on behalf of eligible individuals, takes lien on property, taxes are repaid on sale of the home. Secretary of State 7 Audits Audit Division is auditing to 1 35 Public Management - Auditing to make Dollar Savings per Dollar Spent on X Article VI, Direct ORS 297.010 through 297.990 Division protect the public interest government more efficient. Economy and Efficiency Audits Fy 2001- Sec 2 and improve Oregon 02 - $10 Fy 2002-03 - $15 Fy 2003-04 - Government. The division is $9. the only independent auditing organization with the authority and duty to review programs and agencies of all three branches of state government. Secretary of State 16500 7 The Executive Office 1 X Direct ORS 177.050, 177.120, 240.160 and 359.400 - 359.444 coordinates policy development, strategic planning and legislative initiatives of the eight divisions of the agency and performs those duties not directly associated with those divisions. In addition staff serves as liaison with the State Land Board. Secretary of State 16500 7 Elections Division mission is 1 X Articles II Direct ORS chapters 246 to 260 to interpret, apply and and IV enforce election laws, provide election information to the public, and maintain all documents related to elections Secretary of State 16500 7 Voter's Pamphlets are 1 Direct ORS Chapter 251 prepared for all state-wide elections by the Elections Division. This pamphlet is mailed to each residence in the state. Secretary of State 16500 7 Business Services Division is 1 Direct ORS 177.050 and 177.120 one of three internal support divisions for the Agency. The function of the Business Services Division is to provide accounting, budget, purchasing, contracting, cashiering, payroll, mail service, risk management services. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 7 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Secretary of State 16500 7 Information Systems 1 Direct ORS 246.185 Divisions provides centralized technology services for the Agency. The division also provides database administration, standards administration, data management, project and contractor management, Internet development, and application development and maintenance. Secretary of State 16500 7 Human Resources Division 1 Direct ORS 240.160 provides advice and assistance in the interpretation and application of State and Federal laws and policies and Secretary of State policies and procedures, maintaining a complete and confidential personnel record system, and monitoring human resource management activities in the agency. Secretary of State 16500 7 Archives Division identifies, 1 Direct ORS 192.001 - 192.170; 171.407, 171.420 - 171.430; 177.120; 183.325 and preserves, and provides 257.805 - 357.895 access to the permanently valuable records of Oregon government. Secretary of State 16500 7 The State Records Center 1 Direct ORS 192.001 - 192.170 serves state agencies by providing low-cost, high- density storage for inactive records. The unit provides access to records as the agency that stored them requires. They also store 230,000 rolls of security microfilm for state agencies and political subdivisions. Secretary of State 16500 7 Administrative Rules 1 Direct ORS 183.325 - 183.362 provides a state-wide centralized filing of all Agencies Administrative Rules. The unit publishes the Oregon Administrative Rules Compilation. Secretary of State 16500 7 The Oregon Blue Book is 1 Direct ORS 177.120 also compiled, published and sold/distributed by the Archives Division. State Library 7 Government The program provides 1 54300-01 54300-02 54300-03 (01) 17,453 research assistance [We have not undertaken any N/A Direct State Library [We are Oregonians benefit from this program by Government research and Besides providing information services to state employees by phone, email, Research information and research 54300-04 54300-11 transactions for state agencies; (02) comparison studies to similar programs in aware of no other having state employees who are better electronic services serves in-person, and through SmartORgov, our state-of-the art information portal and services to approximately 88% of state agency customers rate other state library agencies.] providers of library informed and who are able to access approximately 27,000 state system, the State Library provides a number of other services that benefit Electronic 27,000 state employees in service "very good" or "excellent;" (03) information services for information more efficiently. State agency agency employees. In addition, state agencies. Our LISTsmart electronic mailing list service has over Services all branches of state 15% of state agency employees state government staff can significantly increase their any Oregonian may borrow books 60,000 subscribers and our FindOR search engine on Oregon.gov logs an government. Information is registered to use SmartORgov; (04) agencies. The productivity and effectiveness by utilizing and use the on-site information average of 1,777 users per day. The State Library is also the repository for provided in-person, by 316 average daily visits to SmartORgov Legislative Assembly the information services of the State services of the State Library. all state agency publications and holds the most extensive collection of phone or email, or by using by state agencies; (11) 1,185 average and ODOT still operate Library. Several agencies have Currently 204 Oregonians (not documents relating to the history of the State of Oregon of any library in the the State Library's website daily visits to FindOR search engine on their own agency eliminated or downsized their internal state employees) are active state. Statutory authority: ORS 357.005(2)(c, f, j). which contains a wealth of Oregon.gov. libraries, but also use library operations because of the cardholders at the State Library. databases and other the State Library.] improvement of State Library services (e. information resources. g., DEQ, ODOT). Bureau of Labor & 5 TA Technical Assistance & 1 2 Agency Performance Measures Promote and increase compliance with Support to Oregon employers and Services Services are provided by Stresses education to assure compliance Served over 11,500 employers in Relating to secondary principle: The efforts of the Technical Assistance and Industries Education to Employers 15 - 16 all employment, housing and public workers through increased compliance are the Bureau. Services versus relying on enforcement, which is seminars, answered over 25,000 Education for Employers Section helps state government be more provides Oregon employers accommodation laws through with state and federal employment laws . provided are governed by Oregon more expensive, time consuming and inquiries and sold 7,400 responsive, more accountable and helps create a healthy and sustainable with education and expanded educational efforts to our directly by statute. disruptive to the workplace. publications about employment business climate in Oregon. ORS Chapter 651. information on Oregon's business and labor communities the laws in FY 04. All 105,000 Policy Package 110 Technical Assistance for Employers would provide an employment laws related to throughout the state. agency. employers in the state can access additional FTE. civil rights and pay and this service and all 1.6 million working conditions. workers can potentially benefit from having their employer correctly apply the law upfront. Construction Contractors 7 Dispute -- Resolves 2,000 two-party 1 2 91500-05, 91500-07, 91500-08 91500-05: The percent of licensed Direct/Indi Most done by staff. This program orders contractors to pay 6,000 parties per year. The agency processes approximately 3,000 claims per year. These are Board Resolution disputes/year involving contractors operating in Oregon that rect Hearings contracted out over $6 million of damages to claims filed against construction contractors by owners, material suppliers, breach of contract/improper fail to pay agency final orders for to OAH. Oregonians per fiscal year. Millions of employees and contractors for breach of contract, negligent or improper work. monetary damages to consumers has dollars of damages are corrected by work. -- Resolves 1,000 two-party decreased over the last year from .71 agency sponsored settlement disputes/year involving percent in 2003 to .65 percent in 2004. agreements requiring corrective work to The average direct cost to resolve a dispute in the agency's Dispute business to business be performed by contractors. In addition, Resolution Section is calculated by the program cost of approximately $2.4 transactions. 91500-07: The average days to issue countless millions of dollars of damages million and the number of claims closed; fiscal year ending June 30, 2004 of -- Disputes settled out of a dispute resolution final order steadily are deterred by the existence of this 3,000. The cost per dispute, therefore, is approximately $800 per dispute. court system. decreased from 197 days in 2000 to program, which serves to hold -- Provides for recovery of 133 days in 2003; 2004 statistics construction contractors accountable for This program uses a variety of alternative dispute resolution systems to monetary damages. demonstrate a slight increase up to their negligent or improper work. resolve disputes, liquidate damages, and ultimately help protect consumers -- 1,500 final orders/year 139 days. and hold contractors accountable for their business practices. requiring contractor pay damages. 91500-08: The percentage of --Contractor's bond pays if Oregonians who perceive the agency's contractor doesn't. dispute resolution process to be fair -- Company owners can't and impartial has remained high, start new construction increasing slightly from 74 percent in business until past debts 2003 to 80 percent in 2004. paid. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 8 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Construction Contractors 7 Enforcement -- Enforces laws relating to 1 1 2 91500-04, 91500-06 91500-04: The percent of licensed Direct/Indi Most work done by staff. Agency investigates 3.5 million Robust enforcement program that addresses both administrative civil and Board contractor licensing and contractors operating in Oregon that rect allegations of illegal criminal violations of Oregon law designed to effectively serve as a deterrent business practices failed to pay agency final orders for Investigations are contracting activity. to illegal activity: -- Issues Formal monetary damages to consumers has primarily provided by administrative warnings, Civil decreased over the last year from .71 12 private invest- Program costs include staff and -- 200 licenses suspended each year. penalties, License percent in 2003 to .65 percent in 2004. gators on personal contracted services, which combine to -- $1.2 million of civil penalties. suspensions/revocations service contract who deter illegal activity and contributes -- Work cooperatively with other state agencies, local governments and law -- Special Investigations Unit 91500-06: The average number of are located through- $160,000 per year to the General Fund. enforcement agencies. addresses serious cases of days to close an enforcement file has out the state. construction fraud, theft, and steadily decreased from 80 days in Unlawful Trade Practice Act 2000 to 57 days in 2003; 2004 showed (UTAH) violations. a significant increase up to 72 days due -- SUIT works with Dept of in part to staffing issues. Justice and local law enforcement agencies to punish/deter Unlawful conduct. Construction Contractors 7 Licensing -- Process licenses for new 1 2 91500-09 91500-09: The percent of contractors Direct This program is necessary to hold 42000 The agency is responsible for licensing construction contractors, certifying Board and renewing contractors. satisfied with the manner in which the individuals accountable for business home inspectors, and licensing persons who work in lead-based point -- Ensures some contractor agency processed their license and activity of construction contractors. inspection, assessment and abatement. There are currently more than financial renewal has remained very high, but 40,000 licensed construction contractors, 300 certified home inspectors, and accountability/redress for has slightly decreased from 94 percent 100 licensed lead-based paint inspection/abatement contractors. persons harmed by in 2003 to 93 percent in 2004. contractors. Licensing process is being automated to improve customer service. -- 42,000 licensed contractors. -- Licensed contractors have posted a surety bond, liability and property damage insurance. -- Must complete 16 hours of education on construction laws and rules and must pass a business test. Counselors and 7 Consumer Enforcement of Board 1 2 108-02, 03 Timely complaint resolution and Analysis of complaint statistics is derived ORS 675, Direct 100% of operating funds are provided by In 2003, 38 new complaints were The system of small licensing boards overseen by a Governor-appointed Therapists, Board of Protection / statues and rules governing enforcement targets two measures: from the OBLPCT's licensing & complaint ORS 676 the licensees, with no direct tax payer received, 60% were resolved, with board and administered by a very few staff is an efficient and cost effective Licensed Professional Enforcement ethical issues for licensees PM 02 -- % of complaints presented to database reports. Major progress has support for any agency programs. Funds revokation, discipline, fines or way to regulate professions, because each board is well-informed with the and and title use issues for the Board within 90 days of receipt of been made in average of all complaint are utilized to protect the public through other actions taken to protect the issues of the profession and committed to protecting the consumer. Co- Compliance unlicensed professionals. complaint. resolution the licensing and compliance programs. public. location of several mental health licensing boards offers additional PM 03 -- % of disciplinary actions ROI is excellent, as consumers are efficiencies in cost sharing and coordinated problem resolution. This Board reported to the National Data Bank as protected at no direct cost to the state, is proud to represent a responsive and accountable way to regulate without required. and reasonable costs to licensees. The unnecessary bureaucracy (and corresponding cost and customer service Board's consumer protection program challenges). The Board's licensing and CE program is working efficiently. accounts for an estimated 56% of The Board is seeking legislative approval to implement birth month expenditures, including the additional relicensure for additional efficiencies in 05-07 biennium. Increased use of limitation of $38,999 for legal and consensus and evidence-based guidelines helps to protect the public and investigative fees, a proposed permanent promote quality services. Sexual misconduct/boundary complaints continue feature of the budget. The compliance to demand the Board's resources and the number one public safety program investigations adhere to a set of problem. nationally recognized standards. The benefits of this program are a significant deterrence to offending behaviors, some of which may cause serious personal harm to patients and their families, and a major incentive for counselors & therapists to befamiliar with and adhere to nationally recognized practice standards. Counselors and 7 Licensing, Evaluate and process 1 2 108-01, -04, -05 PM 01 -- % of Continue Education The Board audtis 10% of licensees ORS 675 Direct 100% of operating funds are provided by 1237 Licensed Professional The system of small licensing boards overseen by a Governor-appointed Therapists, Board of Examination approx. 500 applications and audits completed within 60 days. randomly for CE compliance every other the licensees, with no General Fund Counselors (LPC), 292 Licesned board and administered by a very few staff is an efficient and cost effective Licesned Professional and registered interns annually; PM 04 -- % of applicants, interns and year. Compliance was 98% in 2002 & support for any agency programs. Funds Marriage and Family Therapists way to regulate professions, because each board is well-informed with the Education process approx 1800 licensees who rate website content 100% 2004. The Board has conducted are utilized to protect the public through (LMFT), 395 Registered Interns an issues of the profession and committed to protecting the consumer. Co- licensee and intern renewals positively. CE audits since 1993 with compliance the licensing and compliance programs. estimated patients seen annually location of several mental health licensing boards offers additional annually with bienial CE PM 05 -- % of applicants, interns and averaging 95%. Assistance from Oregon ROI is excellent, as consumers are in Oregon. License verification efficiencies in cost sharing and coordinated problem resolution. This Board audits; rule review to licensees who rate staff contacts graduate schools, state & national protected at no direct cost to the state. requests from credentialing is proud to represent a responsive and accountable way to regulate without streamline requirements and positively. professional organizations & the Board's The licensing component is a core entities, insurance companies, and unnecessary bureaucracy (and corresponding cost and customer service maintain a high standard for agressive outreach have contributed to program that protects the public through patients are done through the challenges). The Board's licensing and CE program is working efficiently. licensure; create website licensee compliance. verification of education, supervised website. Website visits and The Board is seeking legislative approval to implement birth month information and experience, examination for minimal downloadable forms increaed by relicensure for additional efficiencies in 05-07 biennium. Increased use of standardized material to competency, and annual continuing 85% from 2002 to 2003 (PM 04). consensus and evidence-based guidelines helps to protect the public and facilitate application and education (CE) requirements for promote quality services. Sexual misconduct/boundary complaints continue registration. licensure renewal to promote continued to demand the Board's resources and the number one public safety competency. This accounts for an problem. estimated 35% of the Board's expenditures. Criminal Justice 3 Sentencing/ Improve efficiency and 1 2 Agency #3. Number of The legislature adopted substantial parts of four of Staff review of disposition of recommendations. X Article XV, D Policy recommendations improve the efficiency and Provide direct services to Governor, Sentencing policy work ensures effective use of expensive incarceration resources and ensures Commission 21300 Criminal Justice effectiveness of criminal and recommendations from public the seven recommendations in the CJC 2001 Section 10. effectiveness of the criminal justice system. These legislature, and public safety agencies and compliance with constitutional requirements established by state and federal courts. Analyzing Policy. Public Safety Plan. CJC recommendations in often reduce anticipated costs rather than producing officials. Indirect impact on all Oregon corrections impact of legislation ensures that public safety agencies have adequate resources to juvenile justice system by safety plan that were adopted 2005-07 will be submitted as part of the direct savings. Long-range planning provides citizens by monitoring and improving implement sentencing policies and ensures that government fulfills promised punishment, developing sentencing or implemented Governor's current public safety review process. stability and reduces wasted resources from Oregon's criminal and juvenile justice deterrance, and reformation of offenders. Not all policy and planning actions produce quantifiable procedures and policies, responding to frequent shifts in policy. Policy systems. savings. The decision template prepared for use by the public safety review process will help developing statewide public development and coordination with other public identify tangible criteria and outcome measures for changes to Oregon's public safety systems. safety policy and long-range safety entities helps ensure consistent application of Forfeiture monitoring is a constitutionally mandated function, assigned by statute to CJC. laws and policies, and consistent public safety plan, monitoring asset priorities. This program receives $50,000/year in forfeiture, analyzing justice federal grants. data and conducting research, monitoring early disposition programs, and analyzing corrections impact of crime-related legislation. Criminal Justice 3 Sentencing/ Improve efficiency and 1 2 Agency #5. Number of website The number of hits increased from Staff review of agency website activity. D Making information available on the Measures use of CJC work Commission 21300 Criminal effectiveness of criminal and hits to access agency reports or about 29,000 in 2001 to about 115,000 Internet increases access to CJC work product by stakeholders and Justice juvenile justice system by data. in 2003. product and reduces requests for staff citizens. Policy developing sentencing time and hard copies of reports. procedures and policies, developing statewide public safety policy and long-range plan, monitoring asset forfeiture, analyzing justice data and conducting research, monitoring early disposition programs, and analyzing corrections impact of crime-related legislation. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 9 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Criminal Justice 3 Sentencing/ Improve efficiency and 1 2 Agency #4. Percent of Survey instrument not yet developed. N/A Commission 21300 Criminal effectiveness of criminal and surveyed customers rating Justice juvenile justice system by agency assistance good or Policy developing sentencing excellent procedures and policies, developing statewide public safety policy and long-range plan, monitoring asset forfeiture, analyzing justice data and conducting research, monitoring early disposition programs, and analyzing corrections impact of crime-related legislation. Department of 6 Health To identify, evaluate, and 1 2 DAS Goal #16: Provide high Currently Health Resources Through this work it is envisioned that the X As part of D - Oregon Health Plan preferred drug list There are currently 160,000 SB819 (2001) Administrative Services Resources recommend which strategic quality benefits at affordable Commission has reviewed 12 drug legislature will be able to bring equity to Oregon's can save approximately $2million. Oregon Health Plan patients Commission options regarding the use cost for employees and state classes and has 42% compliance to the levels of reimbursement for Oregon Medicaid affected directly. There are 3.5 of pharmaceutical drugs are the Oregon health Plan Prescription Health Plan services to the providers of waiver, million residents of Oregon that appropriate for the State to Drug Plan. the various healthcare sectors. Increases OHPR could be affected indirectly by pursue. These options in provider enrollment and satisfaction receives evidence-based reports . should take into would be viewed as a positive outcome of federal consideration balance this work should the legislature choose to matching between cost of providing use it. funds for health care and Oregon opportunities to improve Health health care. Plan policy work . Department of 6 Office of Works to achieve universal 1 2 DAS Goal #16: Provide high - Benefits include better health insurance X As part of D - The Oregon Health Plan prioritized list All Oregonians benefit from ORS 414; POP would continue Robert Wood Johnson Grants, and add a Administrative Services Health access to an adequate level quality benefits at affordable coverage, prenatal care, immunization Oregon's saves approximately $50 million dollars improved and more broadly Health Services Commission Medical Director SB875(2003)- Oregon Policy & of high quality health care at cost for employees and state rates, and overall health status for more Medicaid General Fund/biennium. available health care services. Prescription Drug Program, HB3624(2003), HB3653(2003) Research an affordable cost for Oregonians waiver, 100,000 may benefit from Oregon Oregonians OHPR Prescription Drug Program. Over receives 300,000 from Oregon Health Plan. federal matching funds for Oregon Health Plan policy work . Department of Consumer 5 Office of Coordinates statewide 1 2 Over 230 streamlining projects underway Direct The program uses limited staff and See comment Ultimately, improvements to the state's business climate should benefit and Business Services Regulatory efforts to streamline at 40 state agencies. Over 100 customer resources to lead a statewide effort to nearly all of Oregon's approximately 350,000 businesses. Streamlining business regulation. Created satisfaction improvement projects improve the state's business climate. As by Executive Order underway at 12 largest regulatory a result, Oregon businesses and those agencies. Projects implemented to-date considering locating here will find it have saved businesses over 250,000 easier to grow, expand, invest, and sheets of paperwork per year. expand employment. Department of Education 1 Department Provides leadership and 1 2 ORS Indirect ODE ODE administers more than $6 billion in Direct: Staff of 199 school districts of Education accountability for Oregon's 326.111 state and federal funds on an agency and 20 ESDs, corrections Operations investment in public budget of $80 million - an administrative programs, other state agencies education. rate of less than 1.5%. and the public. Department of Education 1 Dept. of This policy package aligns 1 2 ORS Indirect ODE ODE administers more than $6 billion in Direct: Staff of 199 school districts Education agency funding and position 326.111 state and federal funds on an agency and 20 ESDs, corrections Reorganizati authority following a budget of $80 million - an administrative programs, other state agencies on reorganization implemented rate of less than 1.5%. and the public. in April 2004. Department of Human 2 Center for The Center is responsible 1 2 Meet more than 95% of National 21 standards set by National Center for X ORS Direct, DHS and County vital Oregon law requires that all vital events Population-based Primarily self-supporting through fees which will be adjusted through a Services, Health Services, Health for registering, certifying, Center for Health Statistics standards Health Statistics related to timeliness and 432.005- Indirect records offices such as births, marriages, divorces, fetal policy option package. Federal Fund contracts pay for services to provide Public Health Leadership, Statistics - amending, storing, and for data quality and timeliness; data quality of the birth, death, and fetal 995 deaths, and deaths be permanently vital records data to the National Center for Health Statistics and the Social Oversight and Quality Vital issuing all Oregon vital Complete 85% or more of vital records death files; Dates when orders are recorded and registered. These are the Security Administration. Assurance Records records. The Center for orders within 5 business days of received are compared to the dates the legal records documenting a vital event Health Statistics also receipt. 2003 NCHS standards: Met 2 orders are completed. Percentages are and, in the case of birth certificates, are amends records to establish standards, exceeded 15 standards, calculated monthly based on a random the primary documents used to establish paternity, as well as and ranked outstanding on 4 sample of orders. identity. The Center for Health Statistics processing adoptions and standards: is responsible for maintaining all of corrections. The Center is 2003 approximately 88% orders were Oregon's vital records, approximately 6 also responsible for filled within 5 days. million. Birth and death records have compiling and analyzing the been filed with the state since 1903. data from vital records, and Marriage records have been filed since maintaining the adult and 1906, divorce records since 1925, and youth risk behavior surveys. fetal death records since 1919. The Center also maintains 11 databases that are used throughout the state and nation for program planning and policy development and are the primary data sources used for measuring many Oregon Benchmarks, Department of Human Services Outcomes and Performance Measures, and Healthy People 2010 Objectives. Department of Justice 3 Civil Charitable Activities 1 2 137-1 (Percentage of legal 137-1: Target is 92%, agency is at The Department tracks information Direct Oregon philanthropists can make Direct: Over 12,000 charitable Charitable activities create sustainable businesses and jobs and also create Enforcement supervises and regulates the cases in which the state's 91%; 137-2: The PM, for which we are through an internal system called "Matter informed decisions about philanthopy, organizations and their opportunities for unscrupulous operators to undermine the financial safety of - Charitable activities of charities and position is upheld.), 137-2 just now collecting data, is too inclusive Management," which provides the data better ensuring they donate to non-profits employees, thousands of donors Oregonians. Through its rulemaking and law enforcement functions, DOJ's Activities other nonprofit organizations (Percentage of litigation of the Department's Divisions. We are for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. Data for PM that will use money effectively to assist who call the program or access charitable activities program facilitates the former and deters the latter. conducting activities in resolved through settlement), working with the Progress Board to 137-6 is collected through the Charitable the community they serve. the online database. Indirect: All Oregon. The Section also 137-6 (Percentage of timely alter the PM; 137-6: Target is 79%, Activities Section Database. Oregonians who make charitable regulates charitable gaming and complete charities' reports agency is at 68%. contributions or benefit from the such as raffles and bingo. submitted relative to total work of Oregon charities. charities registered.) Department of Justice 3 General General Counsel Attorneys 1 2 137-1 (Percentage of legal 137-1: Target is 92%, agency is at The Department tracks information Direct Varies according to the state agency, Direct: Many state agencies and For example, the State Auditor examines expenditures and programs across Counsel - work with state agencies cases in which the state's 91%; 137-2: The PM, for which we are through an internal system called "Matter program, or function receiving advice their employees. Indirect: state government; from time-to-time, the auditors require advice about the Government providing oral and written position is upheld.), 137-2 just now collecting data, is too inclusive Management," which provides the data from DOJ. Oregonians who are affected by requirements of local, state, or federal law. By helping the auditor and other Services advice, representing the (Percentage of litigation of the Department's Divisions. We are for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. Data for PM the agencies served. agencies conform the agencies' own conduct to the rule of law, and by agency in administrative resolved through settlement), working with the Progress Board to 137-7 is obtained through a survey sent helping those agencies enforce the policy choices made by the Legislative hearings and addressing 137-7 (Percentage of state alter the PM.; 137-7: Target is 90%, annually to all state agencies. Assembly, DOJ helps ensure that agencies are held accountable to the any other legal questions agencies responding that rank agency is at 94% public. within the agency. the quality of legal services as Government Services good to excellent) advises agencies that deliver services to the government, the Section also advices the Oregon State Police. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 10 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Department of Justice 3 General General Counsel Attorneys 1 2 137-1 (Percentage of legal 137-1: Target is 92%, agency is at The Department tracks information Direct Varies according to the state agency, Direct: Many state agencies and In addition to helping human services programs aid needy Oregonians, the Counsel - work with state agencies cases in which the state's 91%; 137-2: The PM, for which we are through an internal system called "Matter program, or function receiving advice their employees. Indirect: human services program at DOJ applies rules of federal and state law to Human providing oral and written position is upheld.), 137-2 just now collecting data, is too inclusive Management," which provides the data from DOJ. Oregonians who are affected by help to ensure that the government is accountable to the people for the Services advice, representing the (Percentage of litigation of the Department's Divisions. We are for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. Data for PM the agencies served. fulfillment of Legislative human services policies. Policy package: DHS child agency in administrative resolved through settlement), working with the Progress Board to 137-7 is obtained through a survey sent welfare representation (provides attorney support for DHS in dependency hearings and addressing 137-5 (Percent of legal billing alter the PM.; 137-7: Target is 90%, annually to all state agencies. cases). any other legal questions receivables collected within 30 agency is at 94% within the agency. Human days) 137-7 (Percentage of Services advises state state agencies responding that agencies that help preserve rank the quality of legal services Oregonians' basic health as good to excellent) and daily needs. Department of Justice 3 General General Counsel Attorneys work 1 2 137-1 (Percentage of legal cases in 137-1: Target is 92%, agency is at 91%; 137-2: The Department tracks information through an Direct Varies according to the state agency, program, or Direct: Many state agencies and their As an employer, state government is itself a major economic force in some communities. Counsel - Labor with state agencies providing oral which the state's position is upheld.), 137- The PM, for which we are just now collecting data, internal system called "Matter Management," which function receiving advice from DOJ. employees. Indirect: Oregonians who are The government turns to DOJ for legal advice in the same way that private economic and and written advice, representing the 2 (Percentage of litigation resolved is too inclusive of the Department's Divisions. We provides the data for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. Data affected by the agencies served. enterprises require legal assistance to conform their employment practices to law and to Employment agency in administrative hearings through settlement), 137-7 (Percentage are working with the Progress Board to alter the for PM 137-7 is obtained through a survey sent help create employment practices to serve the organization's business goals. The and addressing any other legal of state agencies responding that rank PM.; 137-7: Target is 90%, agency is at 94% annually to all state agencies. employment law program at DOJ thus serves the goals of creating sustainable economic questions within the agency. the quality of legal services as good to activity and jobs and of ensuring that the government is accountable to the people for Attorneys in Labor and Employment excellent) the fulfillment of Legislative policy. advise state agencies about complex labor issues including terminations and disciplinary actions. Department of Justice 3 General General Counsel Attorneys 1 2 137-1 (Percentage of legal 137-1: Target is 92%, agency is at The Department tracks information Direct Varies according to the state agency, Direct: Many state agencies and Fulfillment of the Governor's priorities necessarily requires the collection of Counsel - work with state agencies cases in which the state's 91%; 137-2: The PM, for which we are through an internal system called "Matter program, or function receiving advice their employees. Indirect: taxes, prudential financing, and careful stewardship of state assets. By Tax and providing oral and written position is upheld.), 137-2 just now collecting data, is too inclusive Management," which provides the data from DOJ. Oregonians who are affected by helping agencies charged with these functions to conform the agencies' own Finance advice, representing the (Percentage of litigation of the Department's Divisions. We are for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. Data for PM the agencies served. conduct to the rule of law, DOJ serves all six of the Governor's principles. agency in administrative resolved through settlement), working with the Progress Board to 137-7 is obtained through a survey sent hearings and addressing 137-7 (Percentage of state alter the PM.; 137-7: Target is 90%, annually to all state agencies. any other legal questions agencies responding that rank agency is at 94% within the agency. The the quality of legal services as Division's tax attorneys work good to excellent) with Revenue and Treasury to clarify complex law related to taxes, bonding and other financial matters. Department of Justice 3 General General Counsel Attorneys 1 2 137-1 (Percentage of legal 137-1: See above; 137-2: The PM, for The Department tracks information Direct Varies according to the state agency, Direct: Many state agencies and State government is itself a major economic force in Oregon. The Counsel - work with state agencies cases in which the state's which we are just now collecting data, through an internal system called "Matter program, or function receiving advice their employees. Indirect: government turns to DOJ for legal advice in the same way that private Transactions providing oral and written position is upheld.), 137-2 is too inclusive of the Department's Management," which provides the data from DOJ. Oregonians who are affected by economic enterprises require legal assistance to conform their practices to advice, representing the (Percentage of litigation Divisions. We are working with the for PM 137-1, 137-2, 137-4. Data for PM the agencies served. law and to help create contracts that serve the organization's business agency in administrative resolved through settlement), Progress Board to alter the PM; 137-7: 137-7 is obtained through a survey sent goals. Collectively, agencies structure transactions with private businesses, hearings and addressing 137-4 (Average time from Target is 90%, agency is at 94% annually to all state agencies. tribes, and other units of government that serve all six of the Governor's any other legal questions receipt of contracting document stated principles. The transactions program at DOJ thus serves all six within the agency. to first substantive response to goals, with particular emphasis on creating sustainable economic activity Transactions attorneys agency.), 137-7 (Percentage of and jobs and on ensuring that the government is accountable to the people review most contracts for state agencies responding that for the fulfillment of Legislative policy about the expenditure of public state agencies, ensuring rank the quality of legal services resources. they are legally sufficient as good to excellent) and reasonably protect the state against lawsuit or breech. Disabilities Commission 2 Client Federally mandated 1 2 405000-4 Due to reduced funding and capacity For all programs we send out satisfaction X Section Indirect Provided by the Oregon The program is legally mandated and Direct 340 Indirect 19000 a Program cannot be provided by any agency under the DHS umbrella and is Assistance program to advise and we have not yet completed the surveys to both internal and external 112 Advocacy Center, a fully federally funded with no State match biennium (minimum) a legal requirement in order to receive federal funding for the Vocational Program inform clients, applicants, evaluations surveys to evaluate users. Results are compiled and Rehabilita private not for profit requirement . Without it the State would Rehabilitation Program. and individuals with performance presented to the Commission at the tion Act agency that provides lose thousands of federal dollars disabilities of all services annual meeting and reviewed to 1973 other federally received through the public vocational and benefits available to determine need for changes of focus, Amended mandated legal rehabilitation program. them under the staffing etc. . advocacy for persons Rehabilitation Act of 1973 with disabilities. and ensures the protection of their rights in connection with those services and benefits. Employment Department 5 Administrativ Administrative Hearings - 1 2 9. Lower Authority Appeals 9. % of cases requesting a hearing that Disputes between citizens and Direct Centralized, efficient, independent 40,000 Hearings ORS 183.310-183.550 e Hearings provides an independent Timeliness, 10. Lower Authority are heard or are otherwise resolved businesses with state agencies are administrative hearings. and impartial forum for Appeals Quality. within 30 days of the date of request, resolved. citizens and businesses to 10. % of hearings that meet a standard adjudicate their disputes with of quality. state agencies Governor's Office 6 Arrest & Return Provide criminal extradition services 1 2 121-01 No. of extradition Experience for the period of July 1, 2003 to March Oregon is one of approximately 10 states which Both Extradition returns are The Arrest & Return Program funds the return of The services provided have a direct impact to all law enforcement agencies in returns completed 31, 2004: 121-01 1,013 funds extraditions as a statewide network. In the accomplished by using a fugitives who have committed crimes against the to the criminal justice system of the State of Oregon 121-02 92% remaining states the funding is provided by the combination of state and local State of Oregon and its citizens. It is the State of Oregon and an indirect impact on the 121-02 Percent of times shuttle 121-03 36 requesting county or is a combination of state and government agencies and Oregon’s obligation to bring justice to its law abiding citizenry of the State of Oregon. transport used 121-04 43 county funds. private companies. citizens and to enforce the laws. 121-03 No. of nonshuttle 121-05 $111.98 returns via US Marshal 121-06 44.6% 121-04 No. of nonshuttle returns other than by US Marshal 121-05 Average cost per extradition return 121-06 Percent of formal renditions processed within 7 days Mortuary and Cemetery 7 For budget purposes, the Board is 1 2 01 The Board is meeting performance measure Historic data from a licensing data base and Direct Mortuary and Cemetery This program does not bring in any money to the The Board's programs directly benefit more In addition to enforcing professional standards for the handling of human remains, the Board Board considered a single program unit. 02 targets with respect to background investigation enforcement activity logs. Board. No other entity is state. All of the Board's other funds revenue is than 31,000 citizens who die in Oregon each investigates a wide variety of consumer complaints. Some have an impact on only one citizen or For practical purposes, the Board's and licensing. Due to a revenue shortfall, staff expended on regulatory functions. The costs are year, the family members and friends who one family. Others may impact an entire community. In one case, the Board was instrumental in principal functions are applicant 03 reduction and staff turnover, the Board does not well situated to fulfill the ongoing. The direct benefits of the program are: 1) have lost a loved one, those who purchase recovering $6.5 million missing from a prearranged funeral trust fund. That case had a direct background investigation, licensing, 04 expect to meet performance targets for facility regulatory functions protection of the public health, safety and welfare in final arrangements during their own lifetime financial impact on thousands of consumers in the Medford area. The guilty party was sentenced facility inspection, complaint inspection and complaint investigation. performed by the Board. matters related to the care, preparation, processing, (about 6,250 per year) and those who to 18 months in prison. investigation and general transportation and final disposition of human provide the goods and services associated enforcement of death care remains; and 2) consumer protection with respect to with the final disposition of human remains While enforcement remains the backbone of compliance, the Board's primary focus is on regulations. the purchase of goods and services associated with (1,050 licensed individuals, 650 licensed prevention. It is impossible to calculate the number of problems that do not arise as a result of the final disposition. facilities and several thousand unlicensed Board's compliance activities. cemetery, crematory and funeral establishment employees). Indirectly, every citizen has an interest in the way Oregon handles the final disposition of human remains. Oregon Department of 4 Animal Bioterrorism Coordinator - 1 2 Supports the Agency Mission to Ensure Statewide integrated emergency Direct This position is an On-going cost to assure statewide All Oregonians are impacted This position will provide overall preparation and cooridination for any Agriculture Health and Policy Package 205. This Food Safety and Consumer Protection, response system. internal position to emergency response coordination. indirectly. emergency response activity. Livestock position supports the to Protect Agricultural Natural coordinate emergency Identification coordination of the agencies Resources and to Promote Economic response activities for /Plant emergency prepardness development in the Agricultural ODA with statewide Division/ and bio-terrorism Industry; OBM-67, 69 efforts. Food Safety coordination. ODA is a first Division responder in the case of an animal disease outbreak. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 11 DRAFT Governor's Principle Mandate Category Mandate 1 2 3 d Legal Services Program Program/Function (50 A B C E F Debt Federal Federal 4 State Referenc Direct/Ind Agency Comm Title WORDS OR LESS) Educ Health Econ D Envir Safety Gov't Performance Measure(s) Performance Measure(s) Outcome Evidence of Return/Outcomes Service Law Option Const e irect Service Provider Costs vs. Benefits (ROI) # Citizens Affected Comments Oregon Department of 5 Aircraft Register pilots, aircraft and 1 2 Evaluation of the program is based on Direct State is current and only Revenue exceeds costs. Benefit in Direct: <45,000 pilots, aircraft Other mandated legal references: ORS 837.020; ORS 837.040; ORS Aviation Registration aircraft dealers annually. management oversight; financial reports provider. Service could safety and accountability. Benefits are owners and dealers. Indirect: 837.075 All revenue and data tracking. not be provided by on-going and long term. Statewide derived from Other Funds. Funds are dedicated. others. Oregon Department of 5 Insurance Processes accident reports; 1 2 Direct Ensures compliance with state laws, Directly impacts all 2.9 million Transportation and enters information into a rules and regulations regarding Oregon drivers and all of the other Financial database on proof of and insurance and the financial responsibility drivers who travel in Oregon and Responsibilit cancellation of liability of Oregon's drivers with the intent of indirectly impacts all Oregon y - Driver insurance for Oregon maximizing the number of drivers who citizens. and Motor drivers; randomly samples are insured while operating a motor Vehicle Oregon drivers for proof of vehicle. Contributes to Oregon Services liability insurance; and Benchmark #45: Reducing Premature manages a computerized Death and to ODOT Goal #1: Improve record system of automobile Travel Safety in Oregon. insurance coverage information accessible to law enforcement 24-7. Oregon Department of 5 Motor Verifies the accuracy of 1 2 The amount of weight-mile taxes Direct Ensures that trucks pay their fair share Directly impacts the approximately Required by ORS 803, 825, 826. Transportation Carrier Audit weight-mile tax reports and collected through audits of motor carriers for use of the highway infrastructure, 25,000 trucking companies payments made by all operating in Oregon. An average of insuring the viability of the state Highway registered to operate more than truckers operating in $403,795 in weight mile tax was Fund to build and maintain state and 300,000 trucks in Oregon. Oregon; and checks the recovered through audit in each month of local roads and roadside rest areas. Indirectly impacts the entire 3.3 records of Oregon-based the first quarter of 2004. Ensures a level playing field for the million+ citizens of Oregon. truckers that operate in trucking industry. Ensures that Oregon- other states and provinces to based carriers who operate in other verify payments of states and provinces pay registration fees registration fees and fuel and fuel taxes owed to the jurisdictions, taxes owed to the per obligations under International jurisdictions. Registration Plan (IRP) and International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA). Cost of this function in 2004 was $3,428,200 and the audits recaptured approximately $5,622,912 for a net benefit of $2,194,712. Oregon Health Licensing 7 Oregon The Oregon Health 1 2 831-001 831-001: Resolved 99 percent of Performance outcomes are evaluated X Federal Direct: Agency provides The central agency provides oversight for 3.5 million (approx.) Impact of Agency Office Health Licensing Office is an 831-002 contested case actions through based on how well they meet or exceed Regulatio Consume services. multiple boards and councils, delivering A wide variety of consumers are protected by the agency's activities: Licensing independent, "one-stop" 831-003 informal resolution. stated goals in the agency's mission ns: rs and Government is the only cost-effective regulatory operations and athletes, pregnant mothers and children, often vulnerable citizens needing Office consumer protection agency 831-004 831-002: Investigated 81 percent of statement. Criteria used are based on practitione possible provider, enforcing uniform health and safety hearing aids or dentures, teens and others looking to get pierced or providing centralized 831-005 "critical" status complaints (unlicensed those of the Oregon Progress Board Hearing rs have unless: standards with a focus on prevention. tattooed, everyone who uses public pools and eats at restaurants, those with regulatory oversight for 831-006 activity and high-risk health issues) regarding performance measures and Aids direct respiratory problems, and everyone who gets a haircut, manicure or multiple citizens' boards, within one week of receipt. are determined based on how well the Title 15 > opportunit State professional This preventive approach is carried out pedicure, and other esthetic and "wellness" services such as skin care, hair advisory councils and 831-003: Responded to or initiated performance measure "tells the story" of Chapter 2 y to affect assocations provided with practitioner training, consumer removal or cosmetic procedures such as permanent color technology. licensing programs of health more than 45,000 customer contacts the agency's mission, activities and > change regulation, but they likely education, community education and related professions. via telephone, information requests, accomplishments. Subchapt and wouldn't be recognized materials, facility inspections, mediation At a Glance outreach, training forums and er I > receive by other states, and other agency strategies. These Number of professions regulated: 15; Citizen Boards and Councils: 8; The boards and councils continuing education presentations. Sections service eliminating ability of strategies cost less than responding after- Board / Council members: 50, including practitioners, public members and under the agency's 831-004: Involved 178 stakeholders in 52, 53, satisfactio practitioners to move to the-fact to infection outbreaks and nine physicians; Active licensees / registrants / permit holders: 40,000+; administration set meetings for legislation and 54, 55 n due to and from Oregon for consumer complaints. Facility inspections annually: 10,000+; Consumer complaints responded to educational and rulemaking, board and committee (Federal agency's employment annually: 400+; Agency staff: 27 FTE professional scope of meetings, fact-finding and policy Trade accessibili opportunities. When public health outbreaks or practice requirements but formulation. Commissi ty and consumer complaints do occur, the Recent Accomplishments are not responsible for 831-005: Removed articial barriers to on re: extensive Rather than the board agency is able to respond quickly and * Same-day, walk-in on-site testing and licensing services facilitate entry to central agency operations licensure through licensing reciprocity false outreach regulating itself, the effectively due to the establishment of professional practice and management. with other states for 10 percent of HLO- advertisin efforts to Health Licensing Office uniform disciplinary and enforcement * Interpreter-assisted examinations for non-English speakers regulated professions. g) multiple carries out regulatory standards and professional staff to * Full-service agency Web site with online change-of-address 831-005: Received a rating of Title 21 > individuals affairs with a provide immediate and ongoing response "License Update" feature and full selection of down- satisfactory or better on 45 percent of Chapter 1 , professional staff not to any critical situations related to public loadable forms and educational brochures customer service surveys completed. > Part agencies, from or affiliated with health, safety and consumer rights. * Practitioner self-attestation for streamlined compliance with 801, 803, associatio agency-regulated continuing education requirements 806, 807, ns and professions. Licensing fees, not general fund dollars, * Creation and distribution of a "Consumers' Bill of Rights" 808, 810, organizati pay for agency ongoing operation plus six- 814, 820, ons. month surplus. 821, 860 (Food & Drug Administr ation - Oregon State Fair and 5 Capital Capital Construction 1 2 Goal #1, 2, 3: See Operations, See Operations, Fair and Exposition See above Indirect Through DAS, private Net Revenue: Collectively the new See Fair and Exposition above. 1) Repair & Maintenance Package POP #102; $8,201,035 LF; 2) Capital Exposition Center Construbtion Fair and Exposition Performance Measures listed above. contractors will be capital construction projects will result in Construction POP #103; $16,850,000 LF Performances listed above. contracted to complete approximately $500,000 in net revenue to the capital construction OSFEC. Public Benefit: The repair and projects creating jobs maintenance of the State's assets will and economic stimulus. provide for a safe environment for employees and guests that will encourage more business resulting in more revenue. Oregon State Fair and 5 Debt Service Debt Service 1 2 N/A N/A N/A X $2,045,00 N/A N/A N/A N/A Exposition Center 0 OF; 10/2006; $12,231,3 00 LF; 4/2018 Oregon Student 1 OFFICE OF The Office of Degree 1 2 D Provides for the protection of the citizens Assistance Commission DEGREE Authorization evaluates new of Oregon and the postsecondary AUTHORIZ programs being considered schools by ensuring the quality of higher ATION -- by public postsecondary education and the integrity of an Adverse institutions to determine if academic degree as a public credential impact they adversely impact determinatio current programs that are ns being provided by private postsecondary educational institutions. 9115676e-a96c-454b-b6c7-03a428b66ed5.xls Page 12