Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project

Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project

 

The Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project (TMBP) began in 2002 with nine inaugural cities, including current participants Brentwood, Chattanooga, Cleveland, Germantown, and Kingsport. Initial service areas measured were fire, police, and residential refuse collection. Today the project measures performance in these three areas as well as human resources, employment benefits, finance, building code enforcement, property maintenance code enforcement, and planning and zoning.

The TMBP annual report provides a performance analysis of the service areas measured. Of particular value to participants in the project is the historical comparisons and trend analysis for targeted service areas provided in the annual report which are possible due to the long term commitment from our forward-thinking member cities. Complete data collected by participating cities is provided only to members of the project while the annual report is available on Trace and on the MTAS website.

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Submissions from 2019

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2018, Frances Adams-O'Brien

Submissions from 2018

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2017, Laura Ogle-Graham and Frances Adams-O'Brien

Submissions from 2017

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2016, Laura Ogle-Graham and Frances Adams-O'Brien

Submissions from 2016

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2015, Christopher Shults and Frances Adams-O'Brien

Submissions from 2015

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2014, Christopher Shults and Frances Adams-O'Brien

Submissions from 2014

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2013, Sarah Young, Frances Adams-O'Brien, John Crawford, and Joyanna West

Submissions from 2013

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2012, Sarah Young, Frances Adams-O'Brien, John Crawford, and Erin Thompson

Submissions from 2012

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2011, Frances Adams-O'Brien, Rick Whitehead, and Sarah Young

Submissions from 2011

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2010, Frances Adams-O'Brien, Rick Whitehead, Nurgul Aitalieva, Matthew Marshall, and David Folz

Submissions from 2010

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2009, Melanie Purcell, Christopher Shults, and Seth Sumner

Submissions from 2009

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2008, Melanie Purcell, Al Major, and Randy Gustafson

Submissions from 2008

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2007, Al Major and Randy Gustafson

Submissions from 2007

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2006, Janet Kelly

Submissions from 2006

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2005, Al Major

Submissions from 2005

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2004, Al Major

Submissions from 2004

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2003, Al Major

Submissions from 2003

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Tennessee Municipal Benchmarking Project FY2002, MTAS