Public can view progress of Quayle administration
The public can now get an early indication of whether the government is keeping its promises.
The first quarterly performance report on the 'Programme for Government, a strategic delivery plan for the Quayle administration, has been released online.
It includes a raft of information and data on how various government plans and statements have progressed over April, May and June of this year.
A raft of commitments are included in the flagship policy document - each with measurable goals.
The document details slight increases in the number of private sector jobs, a decline in the number of work permits processed quickly, and a rise in the number of people taking up apprenticeships.
Many actions such as the implementation of a sea services strategy, and the introduction of a Manx Economic Development Forum have been listed as complete.
Yet projects remaining include rates modernisation, investigation of the Living Wage, and reduction of operation waiting times.
At this stage much of the data is still being measured and has yet to be added to the report.
If you'd like to view the complete set of information, which is extensive, you can head to gov.im/performance