D.R.E.A.M

Mid-Year Performance Report

Ellis Kirby, Director
The Department of Real Estate and Asset Management (D.R.E.A.M.) is responsible for the maintenance of county facilities, maintenance and repair services for the County vehicle fleet; acquiring, leasing, managing and disposing of county property along with ensuring compliance with Landfill Closure requirements. 

Performance Measures

Measure
Priority Area:  All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: The level of trust and satisfaction in County government is increasing
Goal: Percentage of customers who indicate their expectations were met when receiving service from the Department
Target: 75%
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area:  All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: The level of trust and satisfaction in County government is increasing
Goal: Percentage of leases completed on time within 120 days
Target: 85%
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area:  All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: :  The level of trust and satisfaction in County government is increasing
Goal: Percentage of capital construction projects completed within budget
Target: 100%
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area: All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: 
Goal: Percentage of non-major vehicle repairs completed within 3-5 days
Target: 90%
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area:  All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: 
Goal: Percentage of preventative work orders completed per manufacturers specifications
Target: 80%
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area:  All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective:
Goal: Percentage of corrective work orders completed within 20 days
Target: 80% 
Comments:

Total Obligations* vs Budget, Operations and Personnel
Department
Total Obligations* vs Budget
Programs