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Fall 2016Q21To what extent do you feel your jurisdiction offers opportunities to citizens for engagement with your jurisdiction in its policymaking and/or operations?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Engagement levels
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Fall 2016Q22bTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following general statements about citizen engagement? Some of our best engagement with citizens happens informally around the community (such as at the grocery store or in a restaurant, etc.).

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Engagement levels
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Fall 2016Q22fTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following general statements about citizen engagement? Our jurisdiction reaches out to groups that typically might not engage in our policymaking processes (e.g., low-income or racially diverse populations).

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Engagement levels
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Fall 2016Q22hTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following general statements about citizen engagement? Our jurisdiction's decision-making is transparent to our citizens.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Engagement levels
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Fall 2015Q27cTo the best of your knowledge, how likely or unlikely is it that the primary law enforcement agency serving your jurisdiction will use the following practices in the near future, or are they already being used? Proactively make agency policies available for public review (e.g., on agency website)

Major Tags: Services | Public Safety
Related Topics: Outreach | Police services
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Fall 2012Q3To what extent do you feel your jurisdiction offers opportunities to citizens for engagement with your jurisdiction in its policymaking and/or operations?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4aPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Notices in newspapers

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4bPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Hard copy newsletters or notices

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4cPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Electronic/email newsletters or notices

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Technology
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Fall 2012Q4dPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Local government website

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Technology
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Fall 2012Q4ePlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Local government performance dashboards or reports

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Performance management | Outreach | Dashboards
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Fall 2012Q4fPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Cable TV broadcasts and/or online streaming of government meetings

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4gPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Public comment opportunities at jurisdiction's main governing Council/Board meetings

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4hPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Public comment opportunities at other jurisdictional meetings (e.g., planning commission, etc.)

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4iPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Citizen surveys conducted by or for your jurisdiction

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4jPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Social media accounts for your jurisdiction (e.g., Facebook or Twitter)

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Technology
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Fall 2012Q4kPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Internet discussion forums or online input/feedback forms

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Technology
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Fall 2012Q4lPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Informal one-on-one discussions with citizens

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4mPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Open houses or "coffee with officials"

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4nPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Neighborhood meetings

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4oPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Community-wide "Town Hall" meetings

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4pPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Focus groups conducted by or for your jurisdiction

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4qPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Strategic-planning or "visioning" sessions

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4rPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Neighborhood-specific committees/teams

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4sPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Citizen participation on ad hoc task forces or planning teams

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q4tPlease indicate which of the following approaches - if any - your jurisdiction uses to engage its citizens in your government's policymaking and/or operations: Citizen participation on formal government boards or commissions

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q5aHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Notices in newspapers

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q5bHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Hard copy newsletters or notices

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q5cHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Electronic/email newsletters or notices

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Technology
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Fall 2012Q5dHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Local government website

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Technology
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Fall 2012Q5eHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Local government performance dashboards or reports

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Performance management | Outreach | Dashboards
see tables
Fall 2012Q5fHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Cable TV broadcasts and/or online streaming of government meetings

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q5gHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Public comment opportunities at jurisdiction's main governing Council/Board meetings

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q5hHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Public comment opportunities at other jurisdictional meetings (e.g., planning commission, etc.)

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q5iHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Citizen surveys conducted by or for your jurisdiction

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q5jHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Social media accounts for your jurisdiction (e.g., Facebook or Twitter)

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Technology
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Fall 2012Q5kHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Internet discussion forums or online input/feedback forms

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Technology
see tables
Fall 2012Q5lHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Informal one-on-one discussions with citizens

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
see tables
Fall 2012Q5mHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Open houses or "coffee with officials"

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
see tables
Fall 2012Q5nHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Neighborhood meetings

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
see tables
Fall 2012Q5oHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Community-wide "Town Hall" meetings

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
see tables
Fall 2012Q5pHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Focus groups conducted by or for your jurisdiction

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
see tables
Fall 2012Q5qHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Strategic-planning or "visioning" sessions

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
see tables
Fall 2012Q5rHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Neighborhood-specific committees/teams

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
see tables
Fall 2012Q5sHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Citizen participation on ad hoc task forces or planning teams

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
see tables
Fall 2012Q5tHow would you rate the overall effectiveness (whatever "effectiveness" means to you) of these approach(es) for engaging citizens in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations: Citizen participation on formal government boards or commissions

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q7aPlease identify outcomes below that, in your opinion, have resulted from your jurisdiction's citizen engagement efforts. For example, to the best of your knowledge, has the amount of citizen participation increased, decreased, or not changed measurably due to your citizen engagement efforts: Amount of citizen participation

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q7bPlease identify outcomes below that, in your opinion, have resulted from your jurisdiction's citizen engagement efforts. For example, to the best of your knowledge, has the amount of citizen participation increased, decreased, or not changed measurably due to your citizen engagement efforts: Amount of information available to local officials for decision-making

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q7cPlease identify outcomes below that, in your opinion, have resulted from your jurisdiction's citizen engagement efforts. For example, to the best of your knowledge, has the amount of citizen participation increased, decreased, or not changed measurably due to your citizen engagement efforts: Quality of information available to local officials for decision-making

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q8As far as you know, is it likely that your jurisdiction will either reduce or expand its citizen engagement efforts within the next 12 months?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Engagement levels
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Fall 2012Q12Does your jurisdiction specifically reach out to any groups that typically might not engage in your policymaking processes?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q14aTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following general statements about citizen engagement: In our jurisdiction's policymaking processes, any citizen who wants to express an opinion has a chance to do so.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Trust in citizens | Engagement levels | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q14dTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following general statements about citizen engagement: Some of our best engagement with citizens happens informally around the community (such as at the grocery store or in a restaurant, etc.).

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q14fTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following general statements about citizen engagement: Our jurisdiction should pursue engagement with a broader range of citizens.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q14iTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following general statements about citizen engagement: Important decisions facing our jurisdiction typically have already been made prior to most public meetings.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q14lTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following general statements about citizen engagement: Our jurisdiction's decision-making is transparent to our citizens.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q21Have any of your jurisdiction's personnel had formal training recently in promoting or managing citizen engagement?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce policies | Outreach | Training opportunities
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Fall 2012Q22aIf your jurisdiction is interested in external assistance or resources to help foster citizen engagement, please identify what types of assistance or resources - if any - would be valuable: Information about best practices.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q22bIf your jurisdiction is interested in external assistance or resources to help foster citizen engagement, please identify what types of assistance or resources - if any - would be valuable: Regional efforts or leadership.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q22cIf your jurisdiction is interested in external assistance or resources to help foster citizen engagement, please identify what types of assistance or resources - if any - would be valuable: Training programs for jurisdiction personnel.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce policies | Outreach | Training opportunities
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Fall 2012Q22dIf your jurisdiction is interested in external assistance or resources to help foster citizen engagement, please identify what types of assistance or resources - if any - would be valuable: Training programs for citizens/external stakeholders.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q22eIf your jurisdiction is interested in external assistance or resources to help foster citizen engagement, please identify what types of assistance or resources - if any - would be valuable: Financial assistance for citizen engagement efforts.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q23Overall, how satisfied are you regarding citizen engagement in your jurisdiction's policymaking and/or operations today?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach
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Fall 2012Q25To what extent would you say your jurisdiction tries to engage its citizens through technology (possibly including things such as email, websites, cable TV broadcasts, social media, mobile phone apps, etc.)?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q26Does your jurisdiction have an official website?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q27aThinking about your jurisdiction's website, please indicate whether you agree or disagree with the following statements: Information on our website is generally kept up-to-date.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q27bThinking about your jurisdiction's website, please indicate whether you agree or disagree with the following statements: Our website makes it easy for citizens to find information they're looking for.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q27cThinking about your jurisdiction's website, please indicate whether you agree or disagree with the following statements: Citizens make considerable use of our website's information and resources.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Trust in citizens | Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q27dThinking about your jurisdiction's website, please indicate whether you agree or disagree with the following statements: Our website is sufficient for our citizens' needs.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Outreach | Technology
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Fall 2012Q27eThinking about your jurisdiction's website, please indicate whether you agree or disagree with the following statements: Our jurisdiction does not have the resources to adequately maintain our website.

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q28bTo the best of your knowledge, please indicate whether your local government currently does any of the following electronically, either on its own or in collaboration with other governments or partners: Enable online requests for services that your jurisdiction is responsible for delivering

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q28cTo the best of your knowledge, please indicate whether your local government currently does any of the following electronically, either on its own or in collaboration with other governments or partners: Enable citizens to email local officials directly

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q28dTo the best of your knowledge, please indicate whether your local government currently does any of the following electronically, either on its own or in collaboration with other governments or partners: Enable citizens to participate in a poll or survey

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q28eTo the best of your knowledge, please indicate whether your local government currently does any of the following electronically, either on its own or in collaboration with other governments or partners: Enable citizens to post comments online

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q28fTo the best of your knowledge, please indicate whether your local government currently does any of the following electronically, either on its own or in collaboration with other governments or partners: Stream/post video of jurisdiction hearings or meetings

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q28gTo the best of your knowledge, please indicate whether your local government currently does any of the following electronically, either on its own or in collaboration with other governments or partners: Post meeting agendas online

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2012Q28hTo the best of your knowledge, please indicate whether your local government currently does any of the following electronically, either on its own or in collaboration with other governments or partners: Post meeting minutes and decisions online

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: Technology | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q9Does your jurisdiction ever publicly share its performance data with sources outside of your local government (for example, with the media, the business community, citizens' groups, etc.)?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Performance measurement and management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q10aHow does your jurisdiction publicly share its performance data: Jurisdiction-wide periodic or annual reports

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q10bHow does your jurisdiction publicly share its performance data: Specific agency/program/department periodic or annual reports

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q10cHow does your jurisdiction publicly share its performance data: Press releases

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q10dHow does your jurisdiction publicly share its performance data: Government newsletters to citizens, stakeholders, or clients/customers

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q10eHow does your jurisdiction publicly share its performance data: Postings on your local government website

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q10fHow does your jurisdiction publicly share its performance data: Local government performance dashboard

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Outreach | Dashboards
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Fall 2011Q33aGovernor Snyder's administration has also developed a "citizen's guide" to state government finances-- a multi-page report featuring the most important financial measures, including unfunded liabilities-- that is designed to be easily understood by the average citizen. The Snyder administration is also encouraging each Michigan local government to produce its own "citizen's guide." How effective or ineffective do you think a citizen's guide to local government finances would be in helping to improve: your jurisdiction's accountability and transparency

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Performance measurement and management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q33bGovernor Snyder's administration has also developed a "citizen's guide" to state government finances-- a multi-page report featuring the most important financial measures, including unfunded liabilities-- that is designed to be easily understood by the average citizen. The Snyder administration is also encouraging each Michigan local government to produce its own "citizen's guide." How effective or ineffective do you think a citizen's guide to local government finances would be in helping to improve: your jurisdiction's performance

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Performance measurement and management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q33cGovernor Snyder's administration has also developed a "citizen's guide" to state government finances-- a multi-page report featuring the most important financial measures, including unfunded liabilities-- that is designed to be easily understood by the average citizen. The Snyder administration is also encouraging each Michigan local government to produce its own "citizen's guide." How effective or ineffective do you think a citizen's guide to local government finances would be in helping to improve: your jurisdiction's ability to benchmark or compare itself with other jurisdictions

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Performance measurement and management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q35Which of the following statements best describes the status of a citizen's guide in your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Performance measurement and management | Outreach
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Fall 2011Q36How likely is it that your jurisdiction will significantly revise the measurement categories in its citizen's guide within the next 12 months?

Major Tags: Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Performance management | Performance measurement and management | Outreach
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Spring 2009Q7aDoes the public participate significantly in your jurisdiction's budget setting process through public forums (sometimes called "town hall meetings")?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Spring 2009Q7bDoes the public participate significantly in your jurisdiction's budget setting process through budget public hearings?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Spring 2009Q7cDoes the public participate significantly in your jurisdiction's budget setting process through special sessions of the board or council?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Spring 2009Q7dDoes the public participate significantly in your jurisdiction's budget setting process through regular sessions of the board or council?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Spring 2009Q7eDoes the public participate significantly in your jurisdiction's budget setting process through individual contacts to local government officials?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Spring 2009Q7fDoes the public participate significantly in your jurisdiction's budget setting process through citizen surveys?

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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Spring 2009Q7gDoes the public participate significantly in your jurisdiction's budget setting process in any of the following ways? - None - citizens don't participate in any significant way

Major Tags: Citizen Engagement | Finance Budget and Operations
Related Topics: Engagement levels | Outreach
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