Performance Management Plans: A Checklist for Quality Assessment
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A performance management plan (PMP) establishes guidelines for the collection of specific information that will be used to assess program or project progress and guide decision making. U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) operating units must prepare a PMP for each direct objective for which they are responsible. Projects may develop their own PMPs using guidance from USAID’s Automated Directives System (ADS). While the scope and scale of projects can differ substantially, quality standards for performance management planning are essentially universal. A 14-item checklist provide in this guide is designed to help managers decide whether or not a document has the basic characteristics of a good PMP.
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