Tie your report back to the business because that's the only thing management cares about: people, time, costs, risks, major or significant projects / changes, future plans to improve the business or reduce costs and risks.
Develop metrics so that you can show how well you're doing on your current SLA's, downtime, hours / incident, etc. You can provide a graph week over week to show improvements. You can also show how user / customer incident volume goes up over time, and how much time you're spending on specific projects.
Specify new goals - "reduce SLA response by 5%", "build new system to mitigate this new risk you guys made"
Your in the drivers seat to show how you're doing the best for the overall business.