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Oregon Arts Commission Plan Booklet

15 IDENTIFY areas of improvement in year one. • Create target benchmarks for ongoing processes such as panel selection, contracting procedures and grant allocation decisionmaking. • Provide support required to maintain mandated programs, such as the Percent for Art Program. • Review internal procedures such as meeting planning, travel, efficacy of technology systems. • Implement annual evaluation of this strategic plan to review progress and respond to changes. IMPROVE efficiency and effectiveness by 10% as identified in year one. • Reduce redundant data entry in information technology platforms. • Clarify roles, responsibilities and internal communications for staff and commissioners. • Utilize available Business Oregon systems. Photo credit (left to right): Stephen Hayes, Tisch, 2012, acquired by Lewis & Clark College with the assistance of The Ford Family Foundation’s Art Acquisition Funds, administered by the Oregon Arts Commission; Pat Courtney Gold at Folk Arts in the Parks program, photo by Riki Saltzman; In the Next Room, Profile Theatre, photo by David Kinder; Washed Ashore in Bandon, Oregon.


Oregon Arts Commission Plan Booklet
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