8 Local Government Public Dashboard Examples
Having a publicly available performance dashboard is one the best ways that local governments can build trust with the community while engaging employees.
It’s also really daunting.
Not only does it put all of your aspirations, accomplishments and setbacks out there for everyone to see, but you have to produce the data to populate it, maintain it, and get internal buy-in for greater organizational transparency and public accountability for outcomes. For many local government teams, it’s not just about launching a dashboard, but introducing cultural change.
How Women in Local Government are Shaping our Cities
That was the percentage of women in city leadership roles in 1981, according to the ICMA. In 2014, they carried out the same study again and guess what? 13 percent. No progress had been made towards increasing the number of women in Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) roles in local government in more than 30 years.