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Posts Tagged ‘Government – State / Federal performance’

Monitoring performance at governmental level: Government of Kerala

Monitor performance at the Government of Kerala

The Government of Kerala closely monitors the performance of its departments in a system known as the Performance Monitoring and Evaluation System (PMES), where each department has to prepare a Results-Framework Document (RFD).

RFDs are performance reports that show how well departments have managed their performance during the previous year. They are structured into 6 parts:

Envisioning the future: Dubai 2021 Strategic Plan

Dubai Strategic Plan 2021

Over the past 20 years, Dubai has experienced an incredible growth which transformed the city into one of the world’s most important economic centers. The Dubai Strategic Plan 2015, launched in 2007, set the premises of a sustainable growth with a long-term strategy.

Dubai’s 5 priorities at that time were economic development, social development, security, justice and safety, infrastructure, land and environment, and government excellence. As the plan was reaching its end, the Government started work at a new plan, the Dubai Strategic Plan 2021.

Operational performance in America’s fastest-growing division – Gwinnett County



Gwinnett County is one of “America’s fastest-growing counties for the past 20 years”. The way it managed to achieve and maintain such a performance is by having a successful management for each of its departments. In what follows, two examples are presented for how the implementation of a performance management system has led to real improvements, in the Fire and Emergency Services and in the Department of Planning and Development.

Performance Management in the Indian Government


Performance Management in the Indian Government

A brief history

Traditionally, the Indian Government used to be described as a rule-based structure, primarily focused on processes. Such an approach was mainly oriented towards input usage, and performance was assessed against money spent on different projects / schemes. The drawback of this modus operandi was that it failed to look at the results achieved by the activities undertaken by the Government.


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