OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Kevin Stitt announced today the launch of the Governor’s Dashboard of Metrics, providing Oklahomans with an overview of the progress being made in the State’s efforts to become Top Ten in critical categories.
“Oklahoma can and should be a Top Ten State,” Stitt said. “In order to ensure we are effectively pursuing this vision, we have created an easy to understand scorecard that helps our state leaders and agencies monitor how we compare on the national level and make informed decisions in order to move the needle in key areas.”
“The Stitt Administration has been reviewing and developing this dashboard since late last year,”said John Budd, Secretary of Agency Accountability and Chief Operating Officer for the State. “We have deliberately chosen metrics where, for the most part, we can get a clear comparison to other states. There is still progress that needs to be made, but despite the challenges we have faced in 2020, these metrics show our state is moving in the right direction in many areas.”
All of the metrics listed in the dashboard are sourced and include a breakdown of the methodology behind each data point. Oklahoma is currently Top Ten in four categories. The scorecard also shows quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year changes, with improvements highlighted in green.
While the Governor’s Cabinet has been using the scorecard in its meetings throughout 2020, the dashboard was first rolled out to all state agencies during the virtual Governor’s Leadership Summit on July 16, 2020.
To view the Governor’s Dashboard of Metrics, visit: https://govdashboard.ok.gov/.