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Oregon: Oregon Department of Human Services. Annual Performance Reports

Click here to review the Oregon Department of Human Services' Annual Performance Reports from 2003-2007.

Publishing Date: 
June 15, 2003

Oregon: Oregon Progress Board. Linking Performance Measures to Benchmarks in the Budget Process

This powerpoint presentation by the Oregon Progess Board addresses these questions: Why measure performance? Why Oregon Benchmarks? and What makes a good performance measure? What is required in the budget process?

Publishing Date: 
March 15, 2002

Oregon: Children's Institute: Oregon's Children's Budget Project

In 2005, the Children’s Institute commissioned ECONorthwest to produce this Oregon Children’s Budget. It asked ECONorthwest to answer the question: what federal, state and foundation spending is devoted to low income children in Oregon? As basic as this question may seem, the answer to it was unknown with any detail before the publication of this report.

Publishing Date: 
December 15, 2005

Oregon: College Scholarships for Former Foster Children

Provides college scholarships for former foster children. Appropriates monies from General Fund to Oregon Student Assistance Commission for scholarships.

(HB2431, OR, 2001)

Publishing Date: 
July 15, 2001

Oregon: Creation of Statewide Youth Development System

Creates statewide youth development system to coordinate and increase access to programs for youth. Directs local commissions on children and families to include local youth development system plan in local coordinated comprehensive plan.
(HB2121, OR, 2003)

Publishing Date: 
July 1, 2005

Oregon: Coordinate and Facilitate Community-Based Comprehensive Planning

In 1999, the Oregon Legislature adopted Senate Bill 555, which established a state policy requiring state agencies to work in partnership with local communities to plan, coordinate, and provide services accordingly for Oregon’s children and families.

Publishing Date: 
September 1, 1999

Oregon: Linking State and Local Policy Planning: Oregon's Approach to Untangling the Web of Services for Youth and Families

Around the country, states are making strides to coordinate youth policies and align programs, services and funding. In many ways they are ahead of federal efforts to do the same. In order for systems to flow seamlessly, however, communities must play a direct role in assessing their own needs, making recommendations for improvements, and shaping the flow of resources.

Publishing Date: 
December 15, 2005