The Delta Stewardship Council assists state and federal implementing agencies with tracking and reporting of performance measures associated with the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
State and Federal agencies are able to login to the CALFED Project Performance Information System (CPPIS) for reporting various performance metrics associated with programs and projects in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Public access for reviewing published CALFED program and project data with the ability to preview state and federal agency program objectives, program elements, funding, and other related details.
Public access for reviewing published CALFED program and project data reported by state and federal agencies with the ability to search by Agency, Program Element, Program Year, Location, Fund Source, or Key Word.
Public access for reviewing and downloading previously published CALFED reports including the California Cross-cut Budget Report, Cross-cut Supplemental Budget Report and other custom reports.
The Program Performance and Tracking (PP&T) team utilizes a collaborative management approach to work closely with partner agency staff, program stakeholders and other parties interested in the overall ecosystem health, water supply reliability and beneficial uses of the Delta.
The PP&T team maintains the CALFED Performance Information System, which was designed to track and report on the status of programs and projects that impact the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Performance measures are used to translate program goals and objectives into measurable indicators of progress. They are a vital part of an adaptive management approach that provides decision-useful information about areas of success as well as weakness.
The diagram below illustrates a Performance Measures Framework developed by the Science Program. Policy decisions are made based on the goals and objectives of the program. Management oversees implementation of the policy decisions - directing financial resources to priority actions.
PP&T staff hope this tool is of value to you, and would like any feedback and/or ideas you would like to offer about your experience in using this tool.
This 36-page booklet provides information on a wide range of water issues facing California with particular focus on the Delta. To view the booklet, please click here.
To view the Appeals Procedures adopted by the Council on Sept. 24, 2010, please click here.
The Delta Stewardship Council has updated the timelines for completion of the Delta Plan, the recirculation of the Programmatic Environmental Impact Report and the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.