The CAP Harry Hatry Distinguished Performance Measurement and Practice Award

Awarded to an individual whose outstanding teaching, education, training and consultation in performance measurement has made a significant contribution to the practice of public administration. This award recognizes a person who has made outstanding contributions on a sustained basis rather than a single accomplishment. The award winner must have spent the primary part of his/her career in public service.

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Previous Winners
2017
Jane Kusiak

2016
Gary R. VanLandingham (The Pew Charitable Trusts)

2015
Shelley H. Metzenbaum (The Volcker Alliance)

2014
Jeffrey Tryens (former executive director, Oregon Progress Board)

2013
Michael Jacobson (Deputy Director, Performance and Strategy, King County Office of Performance, Strategy and Budget)
Dr. Barbara Cohn Berman (Vice-president, Fund for the City of New York)

2012  
U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar (Member of Congress: Texas -28th District)

2011      
Ted Greenwood (Sloan Foundation)

2010  
Allen Lomax (Community Indicators Coalition)

2009  
Stuart Grifel (Auditor’s Office, City of Austin, TX)

2007  
Pamela Bloomfield (Massachusetts Office of the Inspector General)

2006  
Carl DeMaio (President, Performance Institute, Washington, DC)

2005  
Richard C. Tracy (Director of Audits, Portland, OR)

2004  
Michael F. Brown (County Administrator, Santa Barbara County, CA)
Paul Epstein (Principal, Epstein & Fass Associates)

2003        
J. Christopher Mihm (Director of Strategic Issues, U.S. Government Accountability Office)

2002    
Steve Morgan (City Auditor, Austin, TX)

2001    
James R. ("Jay") Fountain (Assistant Director of Research, Governmental Accounting Standards Board)
 
2000    
Patrick W. Manion (Deputy City Manager, City of Phoenix 1990-1997)

1999    
Harry Hatry (The Urban Instituteformer executive director, Oregon Progress Board)