- API performance.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-04-23T15:28:51.000Z
This measure captures the number of domestic and foreign firms, as well as domestic Economic Development Organizations, assisted by the Department of Commerce to attract inward investment into the United States. Commerce serves as the co-chair for the interagency Investment Working Group and is the lead coordinator of investment promotion across the USG.
- API performance.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2019-11-14T19:44:49.000Z
Discontinued after FY 2018. NOAA restores habitat areas lost or degraded as a result of development and other human activities, as well as specific pollution incidents and sources. Activities are geared toward NOAA trust resources found across the marine environment and are supportive of anadromous species (i.e., species that migrate from the sea to freshwater to spawn). The intent of this measure is to summarize or project the geographic area over which ecosystem function has been or will be improved as the direct result of habitat restoration efforts. Acres reported for this measure are restored under two programs, the NMFS Habitat Program Restoration Center (RC) and the Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund (PCSRF). Examples of projects that contribute to this measure include hydrologic reconnection of wetlands, shellfish and coral reef restoration, and dam removal and fish passage. This measure does not include restoration conducted through the Species Recovery Grants.
- API performance.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-30T14:49:17.000Z
The formula-driven calculation projects investment data at 3, 6, and 9 year intervals from the investment award. The formula is based on a study done by Rutgers University, which compiled and analyzed the performance of EDA construction investments after 9 years. This approach was reviewed and validated by third-party analysis conducted by Grant Thornton in 2008. Based on this formula and a review of EDA's historical results, EDA estimates that 40% of the 9-year projection would be realized after 3 years, 75% after 6 years, and 100% after 9 years.
NTIS - Total investment by the Federal Government on new public-private projects (or Government- Industry projects) entered into under the Joint Venture ( JV) Authority per yearperformance.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-04-23T15:24:24.000Z
TThe indicator measures the value, in U.S. Dollars, of all new project agreements between NTIS' Joint Venture Partners (JVPs) and Federal Agencies facilitated by NTIS in a given year. By tracking the obligated values, this indicator shows the actual Federal Government investment in technology and data analytics development
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A key measure of the value of OIG’s work is its dollar return on investment. Financial benefits include: (1) questioned costs agreed to by management, (2) funds put to better use, and (3) administrative, civil, and criminal recoveries.
NTIS - Total investment by the Federal Government on new public-private projects (or Government- Industry projects) entered into under the Joint Venture Authority per yearperformance.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-04-23T15:24:33.000Z
The indicator measures the value, in U.S. Dollars, of all new project agreements between NTIS' Joint Venture Partners ( JVPs) and Federal Agencies facilitated by NTIS in a given year. By tracking the obligated values, this indicator shows the actual Federal Government investment in technology and data analytics development.
- API performance.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-04-23T15:39:55.000Z
Develop telecommunications engineering research publications, software programs, and data sets that are used by engineers and scientists associated with industry, other government agencies, standards development organizations, and academia for technical data and information to support efficient and effective management of spectrum and innovative use of new technologies.
NOAA- Number of fishermen, seafood processors and aquaculture industry personnel who modify their practices using knowledge gained in fisheries sustainability and seafood safetyperformance.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-04-23T15:33:09.000Z
This measure tracks Sea Grant’s success in assisting industry personnel with the adoption of responsible harvesting and processing techniques that improve social, economic, and ecological sustainability. Industry personnel include recreational, commercial (wild and cultured), and subsistence fishery participants, processors, and retailers. Practices include techniques, technologies and best management practices adopted. Fisheries sustainability and seafood safety refers to any combination of the ability of the ecosystem to remain diverse and productive; the social, cultural, and economic resilience of the fishing community; personal or crew safety; and quality and safety of the seafood product.
NOAA - Milestones achieved in expanding capabilities (including staff) and transitioning SSA functions to DOC (new)performance.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-04-23T14:33:33.000Z
The new indicator tracks the percentage of progress made toward achieving full operating capability of the Commerce Department’s SSA function. The milestones account for multiple developments including expansion of human resources, establishment of Commerce personnel at the Defense Department’s existing SSA operations center, development of data standards and an open architecture data repository for SSA information sharing with industry, demonstration and testing of DOD data dissemination and fusion, and declaration of operational capability. Space Policy Directive-3 requires the Department’s new SSA function to achieve full operating capability by 2024.
- API performance.commerce.gov | Last Updated 2020-01-15T16:15:44.000Z
Weather information users are surveyed continuously by means of a web-based, pop-up survey on NWS web pages throughout the Nation. A sample size of approximately 6,000 responses is collected quarterly for a maximum of 24,000 annual responses. The Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) score is calculated as a weighted average of three survey questions that measure different facets of satisfaction with NWS services. American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) researchers use proprietary software technology to estimate the weighting. The three questions include the overall satisfaction of NWS services, expectations of service, and a comparison to an ideal organization. Indexes are reported on a 0 to 100 scale. The CSI was started in the United States in 1994 by researchers at the University of Michigan, in conjunction with the American Society for Quality in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and CFI Group in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Index was developed to provide information on satisfaction with the quality of products and services available to consumers. The survey data serve as inputs to an econometric model that benchmarks customer satisfaction with more than 300 companies in 43 industries and 10 economic sectors, as well as various services of federal and local government agencies.