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How to measure government outcomes

Impact measurement and evaluation 26th July 2019

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The increasing demand for greater transparency of, and accountability for, the impact from how public funds are spent requires that governments measure their outcomes, not just their activities. They need outcome measures, not activity measures or milestones, as evidence to prove success.

Government departments and agencies can meaningfully measure intangible outcomes, with this practical roadmap. This white paper shares insights on how it can be done effectively.