|About the TIB GMAP Dashboard|
|TIB created its performance management dashboard in 2003. Today - in its fourth iteration - it helps the agency to monitor financials and measure program effectiveness.|
|The dashboard allows TIB staff and directors to:
|What is a Dashboard?|
|A dashboard is a software application that tracks business activity; similar to the way an automobile dashboard displays essential information to drivers. The Dashboard pulls data from several different sources into one view, so performance trends can be recognized more quickly.
The dashboard provides the public the same exact view the Executive Director has to manage the agency's $200 million of revenues generated from 3 cents of the state gas tax.
|Go to the TIB GMAP Dashboard|
The Washington State Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) is an independent state agency that makes and manages street construction and maintenance grants to 320 cities and urban counties throughout Washington State. TIB uses a performance management dashboard to track its business processes and projects and to establish an accurate overview of the agency's performance.
Prior to 2001, the agency had awarded many more projects than it could afford. The costly construction bill was coming due just as a new management team took over. TIB created the Dashboard in 2003 to help the agency work through the excess allocation and stabilize its programs. The Dashboard was released on the public facing website in 2007.
Since TIB began tracking agency performance it has: