Public organizations have historically been dependent upon external vendors to build the tools to collect, analyze, and report data in order to embrace performance management practices. The open-source software movement, however, has created several powerful and robust platforms that enable policy analysts to take ownership of some components of data collection and utilization. This e-study presents background information on modern performance systems, then introduces new open-source software that is being used to build data tools and dashboards that greatly enhance an organization’s capacity to effectively deploy a data-driven and performance-oriented approach to management.
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