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Mayor's Corner

 

PVR: Performance. Value. Results.

Accountability to Citizens for Results that Matter

Public sector management involves a unique set of challenges, especially when the one constant is change. Increasing demands for services, shrinking resources, and greater expectations for service all combine to form a dynamic environment.

The “Anchorage: Performance. Value. Results.” (PVR) initiative is a framework designed to communicate to citizens the services currently being delivered and the results being achieved.

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