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Department of General Services (DGS) Performance Measures

Department of General Services (DGS) Performance Measures

These performance measures are reported by the Department of General Services (DGS) to the Governor's Office of Performance Improvement (GOPI) on an annual basis. Data come from DGS.

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NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
Green Purchasing - Goalgoal_4jgoal_4jNumberDescription: Green Purchasing Contracts ensure that the State is purchasing sustainable and healthy products. This improves the States environmental impact and provides a better quality of life for Marylanders.
Emergency Contracts - Goalgoal_4igoal_4iNumber
Number of Emergency Contracts_4i_number_of_emergency_contracts_9_4i_number_of_emergency_contracts_9NumberDescription: Contracts that are necessary to avoid or mitigate serious damage to public health, safety and welfare. Footnotes: 9 Projects that are declared an emergency by the Secretary of DGS and reported to BPW. Goal is less than 15 contracts
Construction, A&E Procurements Under Budget - Goalgoal_4ggoal_4gNumber
Percent of New Construction, Architectural and Engineering Procurements Under Budget_4g_percent_of_new_construction_architectural_and_engineering_procurement_under_budget_7_8_4g_percent_of_new_construction_architectural_and_engineering_pNumberDescription: Tracking the spending for design and construction of State Facilities projects. DGS ensures that projects are budgeted & managed appropriately in order to reach the goal of keeping 100% of projects at or under budget. Footnotes: Under Budget is a project that does not exceed authorized funding and does not access the Statewide Construction Contingency Fund. Projects tracked do not include Dept Of Transportation, University System of Maryland or Dept. Public Safety & Correctional Services
NON-A&E On-time Using CSB - Goalgoal_4figoal_4fiNumber
Percent of New Architectural and Engineering Procurements On-time_4e_percent_of_new_architectural_and_engineering_procurement_on_time_3_4_4e_percent_of_new_architectural_and_engineering_procurement_onNumberDescription: Tracking the timeliness of purchasing services for the design of construction projects in State Facilities.  The faster the design services are purchased, the quicker the projects can be constructed and occupied. Footnotes: Time Period is from advertisement on eMM until contract award. Under current regulations this 'on-time' is defined as 6 months
Proposed LEED Building Construction Projectsgoal_3cgoal_3cNumberThe number of LEED certified buildings is a cumulative number of projects developed by the​ State. As a requirement of State Finance and Procurement Article 3-602.1, the development of LEED Buildings are ​identified through requirements stated in the previously mentioned statute. Availability of funds​ ultimately determines whether a project will be built during the Fiscal Year.
Energy Consumption - Goalgoal_3bgoal_3bNumber
Energy Consumption by All State Government Facilities (#MMBTU)_3b_energy_consumption_by_all_state_government_facilities_mmbtu_1_3b_energy_consumption_by_all_state_government_facilities_mmbtuNumberDescription: Tracking energy consumption for State Buildings encourages transparency and accountability for States Agencies. It is important for Maryland to identify energy savings opportunities and reduce waste. Footnote: MMBTU - One Million British Thermal Units
Energy Performance Contracts - Goalgoal_3agoal_3aNumber
Number of Energy Performance Contracts Approved by the Board of Public Works_3a_number_of_energy_performance_contracts_approved_by_the_board_of_public_works_3a_number_of_energy_performance_contracts_approved_by_the_boarNumberDescription: Energy Performance Contracts are implemented to significantly reduce energy consumption in Maryland State Buildings. Energy Performance contracts maximize energy savings for the State.
Cumulative Number of State LEED Certified Buildings_3c_number_of_state_leed_certified_buildings_2_3c_number_of_state_leed_certified_buildings_2NumberLEED-certified buildings are resource efficient by using less water and energy; reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This increases the life-cycle of State buildings and reduces costs. Footnote: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certified
Fiscal Yearfiscal_yearfiscal_yearText
DatedatedateCalendar date
Percent of New NON-A&E On-time Procurements Utilizing the Competitive Sealed Bid (CSB) Methodology_4fi_percent_of_new_non_a_e_on_time_procurements_utilizing_the_competitive_sealed_bid_csb_methodology_54fi_percent_of_new_non_a_e_on_time_procurements_utilizing_theNumberDescription: Tracking the timeliness of the procurement process for goods and services DGS monitors efficiencies in the state procurement process to ensure products and services are delivered on time. Footnote: On-time for Competitive Sealed Bid (CSB) is defined as 90 days
NON-A&E On-time Using CSP - Goalgoal_4fiigoal_4fiiNumber
New A&E Procurements On-time - Goalgoal_4egoal_4eNumber
Percent of Total Contracts Awarded as Statewide Green Purchasing Contracts_4j_percent_of_total_contracts_awarded_as_statewide_green_purchasing_contracts_4j_percent_of_total_contracts_awarded_as_statewide_green_purchNumber
Percent of New NON-A&E On-time Procurements Utilizing the Competetive Sealed Proposal (CSP) Methodology_4fii_percent_of_new_non_a_e_on_time_procurements_utilizing_the_competitive_sealed_proposal_csp_methodology_6_4fii_percent_of_new_non_a_e_on_time_procurements_utilizing_theNumberDescription: Tracking the timeliness of the procurement process for goods and services DGS monitors efficiencies in the state procurement process to ensure products and services are delivered on time. Footnote: On-time for Competitive Sealed Proposal (CSP) is defined as 180 days

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