The principal tools of Scientometrics, the academic discipline concerned with evaluating scientific literature performance, often incorporate citation counts. These tools include journal impact factor, the H-index, and emerging ‘alt-metric’ scores that quantify social media and non-academic mentions and references. It is commonplace to use these indicators to gauge the performance of individual scientists and publications, but scientometric indicators also have the potential to serve as evaluative tools for large research institutions. We gathered and analyzed 6 years of scientometric data associated with papers published by the US EPA’s Office of Research and Development (ORD), and developed a tool for low effort automated continual data gathering. Based on the enterprise-level data collected, we developed performance metrics extending beyond simple citation counts.