Evaluation Processes

Included below are documents relating to writing meaningful grantee progress reports. Evaluation is a systematic, objective process for determining the success of a policy or program. It addresses questions about whether and to what extent the program is achieving its goals and objectives.

Performance Measures
IASA Performace Measures Template – To ensure compliance with Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA), Public Law 103-62, grantees are required to collect and report data that measures the results of program performance at the beginning of the grant period, and is then updated with a cumulative total for each 6-month report period throughout the life of the grant.
IASA Training Handouts and Materials – This primer defines several performance measurement terms, outlines ares or functions where performance measurement may be difficult, and provides examples of different types of performance measures.
TCAP Performance Measures Worksheet – To ensure compliance with the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA), Public Law 103-62, grantees are required to collect and report data that measure the results of program performance.

Evaluation Processes
BJA Guide to Program Evaluation – Evaluation is a systematic, objective process for determining the success of a policy or program. It addresses questions about whether and to what extent the program is achieving its goals and objectives.

Information Sharing
Information Sharing/Integration Initiatives – Today, justice information sharing/integration systems are designed to facilitate a more efficient and effective electronic sharing of justice information among distinct justice agencies/departments through the use of innovative technologies.

Report Forms
Categorical Assistance Progress Report – Categorical Assistance Progress Report for the Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program
IASA Sample Time and Task Plan –
IASA Sample Worksheets – IASA Sample Worksheets

TCAP Evaluation Processes
BJA Guide to Program Evaluation – Evaluation is a systematic, objective process for determining the success of a policy or program. It addresses questions about whether and to what extent the program is achieving its goals and objectives.
TCAP Performance Measures Worksheet – To ensure compliance with the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA), Public Law 103-62, grantees are required to collect and report data that measure the results of program performance.

IASA Evaluation Processes
BJA Guide to Program Evaluation – Evaluation is a systematic, objective process for determining the success of a policy or program. It addresses questions about whether and to what extent the program is achieving its goals and objectives.
IASA Categorical Assistance Progress Report – Categorical Assistance Progress Report For Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program Grantees
IASA Performace Measures Template – To ensure compliance with Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA), Public Law 103-62, grantees are required to collect and report data that measures the results of program performance at the beginning of the grant period, and is then updated with a cumulative total for each 6-month report period throughout the life of the grant.
IASA Sample Time and Task Plan –
IASA Sample Worksheets – IASA Sample Worksheets
IASA Training Handouts and Materials – This primer defines several performance measurement terms, outlines ares or functions where performance measurement may be difficult, and provides examples of different types of performance measures.

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