Back in May, the ministry of children and family development stated it "publicly reports on 17 performance measures." At the time, only 15 of those measures were available - with two scheduled for inclusion in its forthcoming annual service plan report. But it seems those two new measurements aren't yet ready to make their big appearance. According to that annual report, which was released last week, the ministry will now be monitoring whether its regional governance models "align with unique community-based strengths, priorities and challenges." And it will be making sure its employees "are fully engaged, healthy and contributing to transformation in their work environment." But the indicators for those performance measures are still "under development."
July 21, 2008