Information Technology Performance Measures

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  • An eCQM is a clinical quality measure that is expressed and formatted to use data from electronic health records (EHR) and/or health information technology systems to measure healthcare quality, specifically data captured in structured form during the process of patient care.(More...)
  • At URAC, she is responsible for managing all aspects of performance measure development, selection, and implementation as well as directing the technical aspects of measure maintenance, data collection, and platform/software development.(More...)
  • The index measures the performance of the information technology sector of the U.S. equity market.(More...)
  • Our performance management experts help agency programs set quantifiable performance measures aligned to agency strategic goals and objectives.(More...)
  • Simon has more than 20 years? experience in the information technology development and project management markets, much of which was spent working with large UK-based multinational companies.(More...)


  • Empirical analysis to demonstrate the reliability and validity of a measure as specified including analysis of issues that pose threats to the validity of conclusions about quality of care such as exclusions, risk adjustment/stratification for outcome and resource use measures, methods to identify differences in performance, and comparability of data sources/methods.(More...)


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An eCQM is a clinical quality measure that is expressed and formatted to use data from electronic health records (EHR) and/or health information technology systems to measure healthcare quality, specifically data captured in structured form during the process of patient care. [1] Health information technology functionality that builds upon the foundation of an electronic health record (EHR) to provide persons involved in care processes with general and person-specific information, intelligently filtered and organized, at appropriate times, to enhance health and health care. [1]

Cypress is an open source testing tool used by vendors to certify their EHRs and health information technology (IT) modules for calculating eCQMs. Cypress is an official testing tool for the ONC EHR Certification Program. [1] With more than 13 years in healthcare and 18 years in information technology, Eleni recognizes the challenges associated with data collection, measurement, technology, and the impact to healthcare consumers. [2] This non-regulatory role, along with ITL's deep technical expertise in all fields of information technology, helps increase trust in IT worldwide. [3]

At URAC, she is responsible for managing all aspects of performance measure development, selection, and implementation as well as directing the technical aspects of measure maintenance, data collection, and platform/software development. [2] A performance measure that is based on patient-reported outcome measure (PROM) data aggregated for an accountable healthcare entity. [1] Numeric quantification of healthcare quality for a designated accountable healthcare entity, such as hospital, health plan, nursing home, clinician, etc. A healthcare performance measure is a way to calculate whether and how often the healthcare system does what it should. [1] This full-day event, Mastering Healthcare Quality Performance Measures, is designed to give you a solid understanding of the measures and measures process. [2] A combination of two or more component measures, each of which individually reflects quality of care, into a single performance measure, also called composite measure, with a single score. [1] Departments create and track objectives and performance measures that directly link to the County's five Strategic Plan Goals. [4] This plan and vision for the future is in place to ensure alignment of county initiatives, known as objectives, and performance measures with the five strategic plan goals. [4]

The key purpose is to align the county's strategy to the business strategy by focusing on objectives and performance measures to enhance the business and support the organization. [4] Departments establish objectives and performance measures as part of the 2-year performance cycle. [4]

The index measures the performance of the information technology sector of the U.S. equity market. [5] This performance category promotes patient engagement and electronic exchange of information using certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT). [6]

Assists in the evaluation and management of the budget, billing, legal contracts, standard operating procedures, maintenance, purchasing, and grant management operations for the Information Technology Department within the guidelines of generally accepted accounting principles, laws and ordinances, special guidelines for government accounting, and Augusta policies and procedures. [7]

Our team consists of certified Project Management Professionals (PMP), Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) practitioners. [8] The candidate selected will be the NICE Lead for Industry Engagement and provide subject matter expertise for the NICE Program Office in the Information Technology Laboratory. [9]

Our performance management experts help agency programs set quantifiable performance measures aligned to agency strategic goals and objectives. [8] Establishes a work plan to further NICE goals and objectives and ensures implementation success against defined performance measures; coordinates subgroups as part of NICE Public Working Group. [9] Technical Performance Measures are one of four measures describing how a project is making progress to plan. [10] Here the detailed evidence of "done" is gathered through discrete, measurable events and/or deliverables, to include direct integration of technical performance measures or TPMs. TPMs compare actual versus planned progress in technical design and development and in the IMP/IMS framework serve very well as closure criteria for work packages and especially activities. [10] This is different than what disciplined measurement of physical percent complete would report using tangible evidentiary materials, like Technical Performance Measures, Measures of Effectiveness, Measures of Performance, and Key Performance Parameters. [10] Each year, the County Board adopts the standard set of county performance measures proposed by the Minnesota State Auditor's Performance Measurement Program. [11] Participation in the Minnesota State Auditor's Performance Measures Program is voluntary; however, St. Louis County is well positioned to participate by virtue of its continued efforts in performance measurement and citizen surveys. [11]

The Measures that are modeled in the Cone of Uncertainty are the Quantitative basis of a control process that establishes the goal for the performance measures. [10] Technical Performance Measures (TPM) - are attributes that determine how well a system or system element is satisfying or expected to satisfy a technical requirement or goal. [10] This is a standard set of 10 performance measures for counties that will aid residents, taxpayers, and state and local officials in determining the efficacy of counties in providing services, and measure residents' opinions of those services. [11] With that in mind, this J.D. Power piece explores some of the performance measures that may work best, such as those based on Efficient Frontier Analysis, which help spot the best, lowest possible cost level achievable for an insurer. [12]

The LIHEAP Performance Measures Data collected and reported by grantees furnish a comprehensive set of information that can help grantees to develop a better understanding of the performance of their program and to identify strategies for improving their program performance. [13] LIHEAP Performance Management FAQ Find answers to common questions that grantees may have regarding the collection and reporting of Performance Measures data. [13]

Simon has more than 20 years? experience in the information technology development and project management markets, much of which was spent working with large UK-based multinational companies. [14] Physicians/Advanced Practitioners understand that to achieve their clinical and business goals, they need to introduce and integrate information technology (IT) with their strategic goals, people and processes. [15]


Empirical analysis to demonstrate the reliability and validity of a measure as specified including analysis of issues that pose threats to the validity of conclusions about quality of care such as exclusions, risk adjustment/stratification for outcome and resource use measures, methods to identify differences in performance, and comparability of data sources/methods. [1] A measure that evaluates the resource use (or cost) associated with a specific level of performance with respect to the aims of quality. [1]

They are driving force to achieve Strategic Plan Goals and measure performance through (1) Increased Efficiency; (2) Increased Effectiveness; (3) Cost Avoidance/Risk Mitigation; (4) Transparency; (5) Innovation. [4] Whatever your project, look for ways to measure project performance, individual performance and change management performance so you can thoroughly gauge and report on the effectiveness of your change management activities. [16] If the measure is not applicable for all patients within the sample, the performance rate would be 0/0 ( ) and would be considered satisfactorily reporting. [1] The methods used to obtain these measures include surveys, tests, assessments, observation, and performance evaluations. [16] They can be reported from an EHR, the Health Quality Measure Format (HQMF) is used to format the eCQM content using the Quality Data Model (QDM) to define the data elements and Clinical Quality Language (CQL) to express the logic needed to evaluate a provider or organization's performance. [1] Refers to all events to be evaluated by a specific performance electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM) involving patients who share a common set of specified characteristics within a specific measurement set to which a given measure belongs. [1]

Alignment is achieved when a set of measures works well across settings or programs to produce meaningful information without creating extra work for those responsible for the measurement. [1] Data element validity: The extent to which the information represented by the data element or code used in the measure reflects the actual concept or event intended. [1]

Measure instructions that address the following: data elements, data sources, point of data collection, timing and frequency of data collection and reporting, specific instruments to be used (if appropriate), and implementation strategies. [1] Usability criteria ask if the measure is strong enough to be used for various types of measurement programs, including public reporting, whether it leads to actual improvement for patients, and whether the benefits of the measure outweigh any potential harms. [1] It's not enough to just know how to collect and report on measures - you need to explore the history and trends of quality and patient safety, measures and measurement development, and management's role in quality management of products and services. [2] The Meaningful Measures framework is the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services? initiative which identifies the highest priorities for quality measurement and improvement. [1] If you could use some help with these measurements, the Prosci Change Scorecard combines these activity and outcome measures into a simple framework. [16] Don?t miss this opportunity to participate in this first-ever workshop offering from URAC to get a solid understanding of measures and how the measurement process can bring value to your organization. [2] Measures and the process of measurement can be quite confusing. [2]

JIRA supports projects such as CMS's annual Measures under Consideration process and ONC's health IT certification program. [1] The measure topic addresses a specific national health goal or priority; affects large numbers of patients; is a leading cause of morbidity/mortality; high resource use and severity of patient/societal consequences of poor quality. [1] Some measures may monetize the health service by applying a dollar amount such as allowable charges, paid amounts, or standardized prices to each unit of resource use. [1] A resource use measure counts the frequency of defined health system resources. [1]

The computed measure score represents an aggregation of all appropriate patient-level data (for example, proportion of patients who died, average lab value attained) for the entity being measured (hospital, health plan, home health agency, clinician, etc.). [1] A measure that assesses the results of healthcare that are experienced by patients: clinical events, recovery and health status, experiences in the health system, and efficiency/cost. [1] The Bonnie application allows measure developers to independently load measures that they have constructed using the MAT. Developers can then use the measure metadata to build a synthetic patient test deck for each measure from the clinical elements defined during the measure development process. [1] A "list of quality and efficiency measures DHHS is considering adopting, through the federal rulemaking process, for use in the Medicare program." [1] A measure that focuses on a sequence of actions or steps that should be followed to provide high quality evidence-based care. [1] A structural measure is one that assesses features of a healthcare organization or clinician relevant to its capacity to provide healthcare. [1] The measures process may pinpoint problem areas, identify what's working well, drive improvements in healthcare organizations, and, ultimately, play a large role in how an organization is reimbursed. [2] Through a mix of lecture, Q&A, case studies, hands-on exercises and small group discussions, you will come away from this workshop with a well-rounded understanding of measures in healthcare and the ability to apply your knowledge of the measures process to your organization. [2]

These measures are associated with the project achieving the desired outcomes for the organization. [16] The project sponsor, project team, and change management team should collaborate to define which measures are most meaningful for the project, plus establish a cadence of collecting and reviewing data. [16] You should then track those measures throughout the project and adapt the change management approach to ensure expected project results are achieved. [16] Gaining alignment across stakeholders at the beginning of a project on the measures in each category is essential. [16] The actual measure used in each category is highly project-dependent. [16] Value sets used in measures (especially eCQMs) should be harmonized when the intended meaning is the same. [1] Instrument, scale, or single-item measure used to assess the patient reported outcome (PRO) concept as perceived by the patient, obtained by directly asking the patient to self-report. [1] The Meaningful Measure Areas serve as the connectors between CMS goals and individual measures/initiatives that demonstrate how high-quality outcomes for our beneficiaries are being achieved. [1] Called the measure focus, it is the target process, condition, event, or outcome. [1] Many of these measures identify where employees are in the change process and how they are progressing. [16] This may mean changing a measure to meet the needs of a different care setting, data source, or population. [1] Extent to which the specifications, including measure logic, require data that are readily available or that could be captured without undue burden and can be implemented for performance measurement. [1]

Certificates of Distinction are awarded to those who also provide comparative and benchmarking information to the public, use performance data in strategic planning and operational decision-making, and share their knowledge with other local governments through presentations, site visits, and other networking activities. [4] In an effort to be more transparent and promote public trust, it is the County's intent to provide performance information to the public that demonstrates progress towards achievement of long term goals and improvement of operations. [4]

Recipients at all levels collect and verify data to ensure reliability, train staff in performance measurement, and report data to the public through budgets, newsletters, and/or information provided to elected officials. [4] QDM is an information model that defines relationships between patients and clinical concepts in a standardized format to enable electronic quality performance measurement. [1]

A standards-developing organization that provides a framework and standards for the exchange, integration, sharing, and retrieval of electronic health information that supports clinical practice and the management, delivery, and evaluation of health services. [1] As defined by Healthcare Information Management and Systems Society, "the electronic health record (EHR) is a longitudinal electronic record of patient health information generated by one or more encounters in any care delivery setting. [1]

Included in this information are patient demographics, progress notes, problems, medications, vital signs, past medical history, immunizations, laboratory data, and imaging reports." [1]

Performance data is reviewed by the Business Improvement & Performance Office (BIPO) on an on-going basis with departments and county leadership. [4] At that time, the Business Improvement and Performance Office presented the transparent Strategic Plan and Department Performance website to the commission and launched it to the public. [4]

Quality measurement in healthcare is critical to evaluating performance and improving healthcare quality. [2] The final category for measurement is change management performance. [16] The first category of measurement is organizational performance. [16] The next category of measurement is individual performance. [16] We will explore measurement in three categories: organizational performance, individual performance, and change management performance. [16] While it's helpful to monitor these activities, the other two outcome-oriented categories of individual and project performance are necessary to determine if the change management activities are successful. [16]

Prior to her tenure at URAC, she was vice president of performance measurement at the National Quality Forum and was responsible for strategic oversight of the consensus development process. [2]

Refers to broadly applicable and comparable measures of health services counts (in terms of units or dollars) applied to a population or event (broadly defined to include diagnoses, procedures, or encounters). [1] Health care efficiency measures: identification, categorization, and evaluation. [1] Measures are based on scientific evidence about processes, outcomes, perceptions, or systems that relate to high-quality care. [1] CMS uses JIRA during most phases of the eCQM measure lifecycle, including development, implementation, and maintenance. [1] The MAT tool enables measure developers to create their eCQMs in HQMF, a structured document format, without extensive knowledge of HQMF standards. [1] The Bonnie application helps measure developers execute the measure logic against the constructed patient test deck and evaluate whether the logic aligns with the intent of the measure. [1]

Known as the Measures Management System (MMS), measure developers (or contractors) should follow this core set of business processes and decision criteria when developing, implementing, and maintaining quality measures. [1] Measure alignment includes using the same quality measures and value sets across settings and within multiple programs when possible. [1] In response to an ever-increasing demand for quality measures, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) developed a standardized system for developing and maintaining the quality measures used in its various accountability initiatives and programs. [1] QRDA is a standard document format for the exchange of electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM) data. [1] Clinical Quality Language (CQL) is an HL7 standard for trial use (STU) and it is part of the effort to harmonize standards between electronic clinical quality measures (eCQMs) and clinical decision support (CDS). [1] The VSAC is a central repository for the official versions of value sets that support electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eCQMs). [1] A publicly available, web-based tool for measure developers to create electronic clinical quality measures (eCQMs). [1] A method of testing the validity of an electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM) whereby the formal criteria in an eCQM are compared to a manual computation of the measure from the same test database. [1] A quality measure expressed in this way is also referred to as an electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM). [1]

The model is the current structure for electronically representing quality measure concepts for stakeholders involved in electronic quality measurement development and reporting. [1] Health Quality Measure Format (HQMF) is an HL7 standards-based representation of a quality measure as an electronic document. [1]

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is updating its Risk Management Framework to help public- and. [3] The National Institute of Standards and Technology on Wednesday released a draft update to its influential Risk. [3] Named Data Networking Community Meeting 2018 will be hosted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on September 19 and 20, 2018. [3]

This information increases transparency, improves many City technology applications and provides critical data to decision makers and the public. [17] Technical information for other ETFs in the Technology Equities Category is presented in the following table. [5] Historical return data for other ETFs in the Technology Equities Category is presented in the following table. [5]

For Performance Year 2017, Certified EHR Technology (CEHRT) is required for participation in this performance category. [6] For clinicians participating in MIPS, getting an exception means that the advancing care information performance category receives 0 weight in calculating your final score and the 25% is reallocated to the quality category. [6] CMS is re-naming the advancing care information (ACI) performance category to promoting interoperability (PI) to focus on interoperability, improving flexibility, relieving burden. [6]

This information, which is used to track and evaluate performance, is jointly developed by individual departments and the Office of Performance and Accountability (OPA). [17]

The Office of Performance and Accountability leads this effort by helping the City measure, track, and analyze services. [17] Team FCG collaborates with government organizations to effectively track the metrics and develop strategies to measure customer and employee satisfaction, communications initiatives, performance improvement strategies and internal strategic planning results. [18]

If your CEHRT is certified to the 2014 Edition, you must use the Advancing Care Information Transition Objectives and Measures set. [6] If you submit the "Immunization Registry Reporting" measure from the Advancing Care Information Transition Objectives and Measures set, you may not submit the correlating "Immunization Registry Reporting" measure from the Advancing Care Information Objectives and Measures set. [6] When choosing the combination of technologies path, however, you may not submit a measure from the Advancing Care Information Objectives and Measures set that correlates to a measure from the Advancing Care Information Transition Objectives and Measures set. [6]

Explore which advancing care information measures are best for you and your practice. [6]

If your CEHRT is certified to the 2014 Edition, you must use the Promoting Interoperability Transition Objectives and Measures set. [6] If you submit the "Immunization Registry Reporting" measure from the Promoting Interoperability Transition Objectives and Measures set, you may not submit the correlating "Immunization Registry Reporting" measure from the Promoting Interoperability Objectives and Measures set. [6] When choosing the combination of technologies path, however, you may not submit a measure from the Promoting Interoperability Objectives and Measures set that correlates to a measure from the Promoting Interoperability Transition Objectives and Measures set. [6]

For clinicians participating in MIPS, getting a hardship exception means that the Promoting Interoperability performance category receives 0 weight in calculating your final score and the 25% is reallocated to the quality performance category. [6] Avatier access management software gives you centralized control of security policies for all users and groups that you set based on it risk management considerations and business performance goals. [19] I also talked each of them through my thinking on the goals that had been set--sense-checking to ensure that they agreed with the goals and understood how they would work towards them, as well as how the goals contribute to the overall performance of the business. [19] Locke published his groundbreaking work in 1990 in a book called "a theory of goal setting and task performance," which frequently is cited by business administrators, ph [19] Requirements, outlining communication procedures among managers, team members, and the customer,. 3 great ideas for goals to put on your performance review. objectives must be clearly defined, so that the works become goal-oriented and the unproductive and unsystematic tasks can be avoided. [19] Balanced scorecard is a management system that maps an organization's strategic objectives into performance metrics in four perspectives: financial, internal processes, customers, and learning and growth. [19] Performance orientation: aligning hr processes first and foremost with the company's business and strategic objectives. [19] This data will help satisfy the reporting requirements of the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA), the E-Government Act, Presidential reporting mandates, and the Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART). [18] Help sellers build meaningful and achievable goal and action plans to maximize performance. [19]

Performance metrics are the key to demonstrating to the American public that your organization is focused on good government, customer service, and dedicated to excellence. [18] Results can be used to monitor the performance of call centers and contact centers that are charged with providing service to citizens whether they are federally run or contracted to an outside vendor. [18]

Annually, City departments report on how well their department is performing using key indicators within their department performance reports. [17]

Therefore, as you go through the process of developing or improving your performance management process, having the overall goals prioritised will help you when you need to make decisions. [19] Contact Team FCG to learn how we can help you maximize your agency's time and resources through our targeted performance measurement and satisfaction services. [18]

Logistics is considered to be the complete process involving planning, managing and controlling the flow of goods and services, information, real-time data and human resources from the point of origin to the point of destination. [19] Information about the City's Human Rights Code, human rights and anti-discrimination services and activities, and resources and services for people with disabilities. [17] Learn some of the things you need to know as a new resident, and explore the City's website for more information about City government services, programs, initiatives, projects and events. [17] Information about social services projects and plans in the City. [17] Information about arts, culture and historic projects in the City. [17] Information about commercial and residential development projects in the City. [17] Information about environmental and "green" projects in the City. [17] Information about parks and recreation projects in the City. [17]

The City government acts with integrity in an open process, and provides timely access to clear, trustworthy information, presented and employed by all parties from the beginning to the end of the process, including the reasoning that leads to and supports the policy conclusion. [17] These links contain information about the City of Alexandria's law enforcement agencies and public safety organizations, courts and judicial system. [17] Public relations: public relations (pr) is the practice of managing the flow of information between an individual or an organization and the public. [19]

Make the most of Alexandria's outstanding quality of life with information and services of interest to residents. [17] Collateralization is just one example of the types of information that the current account management - business operations es bundle propagates to other systems, depending on the type of event that has transpired. [19] Information about City strategic plans, master plans, studies and guidance policies. [17] Are you ready? These links contain resources and information to help residents, businesses and visitors to prepare for all types of emergencies, and to stay safe. [17]

The Group also sought more information on ongoing measures to protect the confidentiality of data uploaded to Umoja, since the management of the core infrastructure of Umoja -- the Organization's enterprise resource planning system -- had been outsourced to a commercial vendor. [20] Turning to Umoja, the Group noted that the management of the core infrastructure of the enterprise resource planning system had been outsourced to a commercial vendor and it wanted additional information on measures taken to ensure protection and confidentiality of the data uploaded to Umoja. [20]

Our holistic approach to information and system security provides federal agencies the ability to understand, document, and mitigate information security risk, assure information systems are secure, and demonstrate and measure compliance with federal regulations and standards. [8]

There is NO data needed to use the CoU. The CoUis a build-to paradigm, where measures of the program's performance cumulative to date is used to inform the risk forfuture performance. [10] The Cone IS the Planned boundaries (upper and lower limits) of the needed reduction in uncertainty (or other performance metrics) as the project proceeds. When actual measures of cost, schedule, and technical performance are outside the planned cone of uncertainty, corrective actions must be taken to move those uncertanties inside the cone, if the project is going to meet it's cost, schedule, and technical performance goals. [10] Technical performance is likewise difficult to integrate with either cost or schedule because its units of measure vary with the subject matter. [10] It's not easy to measure operating performance for insurers, in large part because of the unknown costs at play. [12] The ability to measure operating performance for an insurer is a trickier proposition than it is for companies in other industries because of the unknown costs with which we must deal. [12]

The planned value, the upper and lower control limits, the measures of actual values from a Close Loop Control System - a measurement based feedback process to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the project management processes. [10] If these measures are not defined, with a risk adjusted increasing resolution and decreasing error bands (cone of uncertainty), the project has no way of measuring progress to plan, other than the passage of time and consumption of money. [10] Physical Percent Complete is the only measure of progress to Plan. [10] Active reduction requires we have a desired reduction goal, perform the work needed to move the parameter toward the goal - inside the control limits, and measure progress toward the rduction goal. [10] No matter the project domain or the technical development method, project success is dependent on knowing what Done looks like in units of measure meaningful to the decision maker. [10] These measures - combined - provide insight into the probability of program success. [10]

The goal of every program manager is to have a set of practices that connect all the programmatic planning, risk, and performance information in a single unified view needed to support the decisions that increase the probability of success of any project or program. [10] Certain information about key project cost, performance, and schedule attributes are often unknown until the project is underway. [10] Estimates provide information to make decisions, define feasible performance objectives, and plan. [10] Our methods provide timely and actionable performance information for decision-makers and support data-driven reviews that guide well informed decisions. [8] Such measurement is possible within a performance measurement system which refers to an organization's internal management control system that provides decision-makers with specific performance information regarding progress and expenditures against a stated execution plan. [10]

In an era of downsizing, consolidation, shrinking budgets, increasing technological sophistication, and shorter development times, risk management provides valuable insights to help key project personnel plan for risks, alert them of potential risk issues, analyze these issues, and develop, implement, and monitor plans to address risks long before they surface as issues and adversely affect project cost, performance, and schedule. [10] USFS management improvement experts provide thought leadership, proven experience, best practices, and lessons learned to help federal agencies promote greater accountability to the American people by improving agency performance, effectively managing risk, and reducing costs. [8]

Measurements provide data to gauge adherence to performance specifications (cost, schedule, and technical), make decisions, revise designs and plans, and improve future estimates and processes. [10] This disconnect in the measurement of done-ness is a sign that a cost, schedule and/or technical performance problem is going to materialize before the PM can properly take corrective or preventive actions. [10] A temperature for a simple thermostate all the way to a target cost, schedule, and techncial performance for a complex software project.In the project management world those measurements (inputs/calculated values) are called metrics and the greater the frequency of measurement (up to a point - the Nyquist sample rate), the more accurate the control. [10] The Cone is a project management framework describing the uncertainty aspects of estimates (cost and schedule) and other project attributes (cost, schedule, and technical performance parameters). [10] For traditional projects, estimating future cost, schedule, and technical performance is standard practice. [10] Like control systems in automation with closed loop control, a project control system must be implemented that controls cost, ensures technical performance, and manages schedules. [10] Corrective Actions: perform the needed processes, with the needed data, with the needed skills to generate realistic performance expectations, realistic cost and schedule estimates, adequate risk assessments and mitigation, and start to anticipate the technical issues with prototypes, experiments, reference class models, etc. [10] Technical performance is a concept absent from the traditional approaches to risk management. [10] The TPM assess design progress, define compliance to performance requirements, identify technical risk, are limited to critical thresholds, and include projected performance goals. [10] In the Budgeting for Outcomes process, departments submit offers that explain how the department will contribute to the achievement of citywide goals and what performance indicators they will use to track their progress. [21] ResultsNOLA connects the performance of City departments to the City's Strategic Framework and Budgeting for Outcomes process. [21] OPA partners with city departments to help them identify and deliver analytics projects that improve City performance. [21]

Our strategic planning experts help agencies respond to current and future challenges by more clearly communicating goals and objectives, synchronizing planning and performance processes, improving resource alignment, and validating program priorities. [8] The Office of Performance and Accountability (OPA) uses data to set goals, track performance and get results. [21] This is the basis of the closed loop control system used to manage the program with empirical data from past performance compared to the planned performance at specific points in time. [10] Quality is often a cause rather than an impact to the program and can generally be broken down into Cost, Performance, and Schedule components. [10] Is can be ANY variance for the program, including confidence in the estimates of future performance - cost, schedule, or technical performance. [10] Cost growth and schedule slippage often occur when unrealistically high levels of performance are required and little flexibility is provided to degrade performance during the course of the program. [10] If these are not compliant, the project has become subject to one of the Root Causes of program performance shortfall. [10] I work in a domain where the CoUis baked into the Integrated Program Performance Management(IPPM) processes flowed down from thebuyer, in this case, the Federal Government. [10] Those models use past performance of the weather and climate to validate the model in its work of forecasting, predicting, estimating future performance of the climate and weather. [10]

The audit, surveillance, performance reporting, measurement are at the core of all business processes. [10] We must have a Plan for the critical attributes - Mission Effectiveness, Technical Performance, Key Performance Parameters - for the items. [10] This 72-page study will serve as a resource for driving digital marketing performance in the healthcare industry. [22]

The grand unified theory of program management remains elusive, but SE and EVM provide the necessary power for a program to develop a robust performance measurement baseline and a performance measurement system capable of supporting informed decisions. [10] Earned Value Management (EVM) often anchors such a performance measurement system in DoD programs. [10]

Determination of physical percent complete is rooted in performance measurement, the comparison of actual performance against an integrated baseline plan consisting of integrated cost, schedule, and technical goals. [10]

Performance Management: We can assist you in better linking the daily work of every employee to the overall strategic goals of your agency. [8] The Cone of Uncertainty is a program performance management paradigm, where the outline of the cone - reducing the variance of some programvariable - as the project progresses. [10] From early days of writing digital signal processing algorithms in FORTRAN 77 for missile defense system radar - a direct transfer of the math and science of signal processing in particle physics after I abandonedmy graduate degree to current day process improvement efforts in program performance management. [10]

This Closed Loop Program Control Process provides the decision makers with actionable information. [10] Regarding the management of the Organization's enormous ICT system, he supported the Secretary-General's proposal to create a single office of Information and Communications Technology, stressing that a single entity with a holistic approach would enhance the delivery of technology services to its client base. [20] Delegates in the Fifth Committee (Administrative and Budgetary) today aired their concerns about the security risks and lagging management reforms that persist throughout the Organization's Information and Communications Technology (ICT) system more than two years since the Secretary-General began carrying out a five-year plan to modernize the vast network. [20] The Secretary-General had proposed to establish a single ICT office through the consolidation of the existing Office of Information and Communications Technology in the Department of Management and the ICT Division in the Department of Field Support. [20] Introducing the Secretary-General's report on the status of implementing the strategy, Salem Avan, Director at the Global Services Division and Officer-in-Charge of the Office of Information and Communications Technology, said significant progress had been made since the strategy was endorsed at the beginning of 2015, and spending had been reduced by approximately $100 million. [20] SALEM AVAN, Director at the Global Services Division and Officer-in-Charge of the Office of Information and Communications Technologies, introduced the Secretary-General's report on the status of implementation of the information and communications technology (ICT) strategy for the United Nations (document A/72/755/Rev.1 ). [20]

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An interactive process of exchange of information and opinion among individuals, groups, and institutions; often involves multiple messages about the nature of risk or expressing concerns, opinions, or reactions to risk messages or to legal or institutional arrangements for risk management. [10] Concerning application management, he said the Advisory Committee looked forward to receiving further information on the outcome of the study under way to address the proliferation of applications and develop a strategy to manage the Secretariat's portfolio of applications. [20]

The feedback (closed loop feedback) of the variance between the desired Value and the Actual Value at the time of the measurement isconnected with other information on the program to define the corrective actions needed to Keep the Program Green. [10] The steering target - the MOE, MOP, TPM, KPP - is defined upfront and evolves as the programs progress with new information. [10] Regarding information security, the Advisory Committee welcomed the implementation of the 10-point information security action plan, but remained concerned about the slow progress in reducing the fragmentation of the ICT landscape of the United Nations, which resulted in an increase in the threat level facing the Secretariat. [20] Low progress had been achieved in network security, classification of information assets and mandatory implementation of minimum requirements of public websites. [20]

Why is this the case? Why, as the project progresses with new information, delivered products, reduced risk, is the overall uncertainty not being reduced? Go find the root cause of this, before claiming uncertainty doesn't reduce. [10]

It is the primary driver of risk in many technology intensive projects. [10] Learn more about what it's like to work at National Institute of Standards and Technology, what the agency does, and about the types of careers this agency offers. [9]

RANKED SELECTED SOURCES(22 source documents arranged by frequency of occurrence in the above report)

1. (53) Glossary of eCQI Terms | eCQI Resource Center

2. (48) Herding Cats: Performance-Based Project Management®

3. (16) Performance & Accountability | City of Alexandria, VA

4. (14) Measuring Change Management With Metrics | Prosci

5. (12) Promoting Interoperability Requirements - QPP

6. (11) Information Technology Manager Goals And Objectives Examples - Manager Goals And Objectives Examples

7. (10) Mastering Healthcare Quality Performance Measures Workshop

8. (10) Speakers Air Concerns about Security Risks, Lagging Management Reforms as Budget Committee Reviews Progress in Implementing Information Technology Strategy | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases

9. (10) Strategic Plan & Department Performance

10. (7) What We Do US Federal Solutions

11. (5) Measure Performance, Act on the Results | FCG

12. (4) Performance and Accountability - City of New Orleans

13. (4) Information Technology Laboratory | NIST

14. (4) USAJOBS - Job Announcement

15. (3) Government Performance

16. (3) For Insurers, Performance Measures Based on Efficient Frontier Analysis May Work Best

17. (3) S&P 1500 Information Technology Index - ETF Tracker

18. (2) Welcome to LIHEAP Performance Management | LIHEAP Performance Management

19. (1) About - strategic management software

20. (1) Physician Enterprise Services | FTI Consulting

21. (1) Digital Technology Consortium Report Provides Window into Future -, NewsCenter17, StormCenter17, Central Illinois News-

22. (1) Information Technology Business Manager | Government Jobs

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