The State of Maryland’s StateStat is a performance measurement and management tool, in which the performance of programs is continually monitored. “At bi-weekly meetings, State managers meet with the Governor and his executive staff to report and answer questions on agency performance and priority initiatives.” These meetings are informed by detailed performance data that managers submit to the StateStat office, which are published on the State’s website. 
The initiative highlighted on this page was identified and researched by a student from Northwestern University as part of a course that was a collaboration between Northwestern University School of Continuing Studies and the OIG. This research was done by Liz Frantz, Winter Quarter 2013. For a full transcript of this research please contact instructor Donald Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org.