RESULTS-BASED MANAGEMENT & ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORKS Managing by Results to Improve Program Performa (2037.02)

Venue: The Sheraton Ottawa

Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Feb 26, 2004 End Date/Time: Feb 27, 2004
Early Registration Date: Jan 09, 2004
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Results management and performance measurement are essential in government today. At the Federal level, every transfer payment program, every new program, and every program requesting additional resources must develop an RMAF for Treasury Board approval.

Learn the importance of the concept of results management in government today and how to:
Write a concise Program Profile, crystallized by a Mission Statement
Articulate a simple Program Logic Model that identifies key program results in terms of:
- activity outputs
- client benefits and impacts
- strategic outcomes.
Develop performance measures that are meaningful for accountability and useful for decision-making.
Create an evaluation framework for formative and summative program evaluation,
Collect and report results information in an economical and effective way,
Target performance,
Analyze performance,
Link RMAF to other management processes,
Employ results information in resource allocation and budgeting,
Implement results-based management.