Report and Review


ACT Government Evaluation Policy and Guidelines (December 2010)

Evaluation refers to the measurement and assessment of the impacts and merits of government policies and initiatives. It helps identify strengths and achievements, and opportunities for improvement.

As part of the broader commitment to strengthening the Government's Performance and accountability mechanisms the ACT Government has developed Evaluation Policy and Guidelines to provide guidance to ACT agencies for embedding evaluation in their operations, setting evaluation objectives,  strategies, and priorities, and conducting evaluations.

The Policy and Guidelines aims to build evaluation maturity across government, and to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and appropriateness of government services.

ACT Government Evaluation Policy and Guidelines [PDF PDF 900KB]
ACT Government Evaluation Policy and Guidelines [RTF 1MB]

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