DOGAMI operations are held to the highest standards of accountable public service and science, ensuring the services we deliver contribute to Oregon’s safety and prosperity.
Oregon operates under a two-year (biennium) budget process. The budget development process has three major phases:
- Agency Request Budget: DOGAMI begins with the previous biennium's budget, then adds, removes, or adjusts the budget based on program needs and policy responsibilities.
- Governor's Budget: The Governor's Office and the Chief Financial Office build on and may revise the Agency Request Budget. The resulting Governor’s Budget is presented to the Legislature for consideration.
- Legislatively Adopted Budget: Legislative committees review proposed budgets and hold public hearings before the full Legislature votes on each agency's budget.
The 2015-2021 Strategic Framework provides shared goals and objectives to guide the Agency’s progress over the next six years. The Strategic Framework establishes five focus areas, and sets a high-level goal and goal-advancing objectives for each area. Short-term initiatives are developed during each biennium to advance specific objectives.
Key Performance Measures
Key Performance Measures (KPMs) track DOGAMI’s progress in delivering specific mission-advancing services. DOGAMI’s KPMs align with the goals and objectives of the Strategic Framework, and are reported on annually in Performance Progress Reports. Current KPMs are:
Hazard & Risk Assessment Completion
What’s Achieved: Oregon communities have accurate, detailed natural hazard and risk assessments to help plan for future disasters and improve their resilience
How Progress is Measured: All Oregon cities have complete data
Lidar Data Completion
What’s Achieved: Collects the lidar topographic data used for mapping, monitoring and managing infrastructure, agriculture, natural hazards and resources
How Progress is Measured: Percentage of state with lidar coverage
Detailed Geologic Map Completion
What’s Achieved: Development of geologic maps essential to understand natural hazards & resources, and mineral resource potential
How Progress is Measured: Percentage of state’s inhabited areas with high-resolution maps
Accessibility of DOGAMI Information
What’s Achieved: Increases access to current and historic data collections through creation of new website, digitizing library collections, and keeping online databases current
How Progress is Measured: Completion of web, library, database projects
Permitted Mine Sites Inspected
What’s Achieved: Proactive inspection of surface mining sites to help prevent off-site impacts or violations, and build positive relations with operators
How Progress is Measured: Percentage of permitted active sites inspected biennially
What’s Achieved: Helps ensure services provided by DOGAMI meet customer needs and expectations, and identifies opportunities for improvement
How Progress is Measured: Percentage of customers rating satisfaction with Agency services as excellent or good
What’s Achieved: Helps ensure Agency operations meet best practices, and identifies opportunities for improvement
How Progress is Measured: Annual assessment by DOGAMI Governing Board Connection to Strategic Framework: Governance & Operations Focus Area
KPMs are reported on annually in Performance Progress Reports.
Performance Progress Reports