Most contracts have a requirement to report accomplishments: monthly progress reports,
annual reports, etc. Some contracts also have "metrics" associated with them; that is,
standards of measurement that should be used when reporting specific accomplishments.
For example, a habitat restoration contract may have a requirement to report how many
miles of fence were installed. A hatchery contract may have a requirement to report the
number of fish released. These kinds of accomplishments, with quantifiable metrics
associated with them, must be reported when contractors mark their work complete via
status reporting in Pisces.
See the current list of the Fish and Wildlife program's
metrics by work element (PDF).
Documents, letters, presentations related to Pisces Metrics
Questions or comments about metrics?
Contact Roy Beaty at 503-230-5213.