The citizens of Irving deserve the best city government in the country and the Performance Office is committed to creating it. The Performance Office is helping the city pursue this goal by asking three fundamental questions:
What are the key performance indicators each department performs?
How well are we performing?
How can we perform better?
The Performance Office collects performance data from City departments on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis in order to increase performance, create dialogue, and build the public’s confidence regarding the city’s management of public business.
The City Report Card measures are listed according to strategic goals and objectives set by the City Council.
Open data Program
Irving’s City Council adopted an Open Data Policy on May 3, 2018 in order to demonstrate its committed to fostering open, transparent, and accessible city government, and recognize that by sharing data freely, the city will generate opportunities for economic development, commerce, and civic engagements. Providing timely access to city data, will improve transparency, public access to information, and coordination between city departments, residents, visitors, businesses, and other stakeholders.
The Innovation and Performance Office is working with departments across the organization to begin publishing relevant data in a centralized location on this website. The program will follow the guidelines set out in the adopted policy. Opens a New Window.