Event Date/Time: May 12, 2005
End Date/Time: May 13, 2005
As we move closer and closer to a performance-based government, agencies are focusing on establishing measures and performance plans for the myriad programs under their supervision. The increased focus on performance moves hand-in-hand with an important increase in government transparency. One hurdle in this process has been the creation of efficient measures that track and communicate program success and accountability. Through the creation of results-oriented measures, managers can track program success by adhering to a set of measures to drive the outcomes, strategies and outputs of their program.