Assessing Performance Measures and Performance Data -- 1 Day

Government agencies face increasing demands to be data-driven to improve performance, reduce costs, and report performance to elected officials and the public. So, it is more important than ever that government managers and staff use and report the right measures with reliable data. When agencies improve the relevance and reliability of their performance information, they add value to how they manage programs, increase the confidence of elected officials in performance data, and help build public trust. This course will train participants in a performance measurement assessment methodology that can be replicated throughout their organization to leverage limited performance management resources.

Learning Objectives

This course covers:

  • How to assess the relevance of program performance measures and data
  • Elements of the GAO’s publication, Assessing the Reliability of Computer Processed Data 
  • Methods for testing data reliability and ensuring that reliable data will be reported for relevant performance measures
  • Case examples drawn from the best practices of local, state and federal governments

Related Courses

  • Assessing and Strengthening Performance Management -- 1 Day
  • Assessing and Strengthening Performance Management -- 2 Days
  • Assessing Performance Measures and Performance Data -- 2 Days
  • Field(s) of Study

    Personnel/Human Resources

    Course Length

    1 day

    Course Level

    Basic

    Instructor(s)

    Epstein, Paul
    Grifel, Stu

    CPE Hours

    8

    Group Cost

    $4,500
    Questions? onsitecourses@agacgfm.org or 703.684.6931, ext. 303.