Performance measures translate programmatic goals and objectives into measurable indicators of progress. They are a vital part of the Council’s adaptive management approach that provide decision-useful information of the status and trends towards the coequal goals. The goal of being able to measure the progress of what the Delta Plan is designed to manage is fundamental to determining the success of the Plan, as well as ensuring the proper use of adaptive management techniques in fine-tuning the Plan’s operation. The Delta Reform Act of 2009 requires the Delta Plan to include performance measures. Performance measures "need to be designed to capture important trends and to address whether actions are producing expected results", as conveyed in Chapter 2 of the Delta Plan. The current Delta Plan performance measures can be found in Appendix E.
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