Bellevue honored for performance management

Bellevue has received a Certificate of Distinction Award for its performance management program.

Only two cites in Washington – Bellevue and Vancouver – received the award.

“This is a tremendous honor, and one that recognizes our city’s pioneering efforts in this field,” City Manager Stave Sarkozy said.

In order to receive the ICMA Certificate of Distinction, cities must report performance data to elected officials and the public, and use this data in managing their jurisdictions.

Additionally, cities receiving the award must share performance measurement results with other governments.

The ICMA award is only given to jurisdictions that use performance data in their day-to-day management, budget and policy decisions.

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