Improving services to Arizona’s citizens, businesses, tribes, and visitors to our state is a priority for ADG. Using the Arizona Management System strengthens ADG’s accountability and helps it accomplish tangible results.
ADG has identified key performance metrics – each of which ties to one of its Strategic Plan goals or objectives – to measure its progress in achieving both short- and long-term goals.
ADG Department Measures showcases its continuous improvement through featuring its progress in selected metrics.
SEE HOW TRIBAL GAMING MEASURES UP
Contributed to State and cities, towns and counties in Arizona since inception (2003).
Contributed to Arizona Benefits Fund (ABF) since inception (2003).
About Tribal Gaming Contributions
Under the Arizona Tribal-State Gaming Compacts, Tribes that operate casinos contribute a percentage of their Class III Net Win on a quarterly basis to education, healthcare, and other programs that benefit Arizonans. Administered by ADG, 88 percent of tribal contributions are distributed to the Arizona Benefits Fund (ABF), while the other 12 percent are distributed to the cities, towns and counties of Arizona. From the 88 percent distributed to ABF, ADG receives the greater of 9 percent or $8 million dollars to fund its regulatory and administrative costs and 2 percent is distributed to its Division of Problem Gambling for the prevention, education, and treatment of problem gambling in the State. Remaining monies are distributed as follows:
The ADG Division of Problem Gambling (DPG) offers a voluntary casino Self-Exclusion program, whereby patrons can choose to exclude themselves from Arizona Class III gaming casinos for a period of one, five or ten years. DPG Self-Exclusion staff work with gaming facilities on a daily basis to update the patron self-exclusion list. More information on self-exclusions can be found here.