is performance measurement important?
All recipients of OJJDP funding are required to collect and report data that
measure the results of funded activities to ensure compliance with the Government
Performance and Results Act of 1993. According to the Act, reporting performance
- public confidence in the federal government by systematically
holding federal agencies accountable for achieving program
- program effectiveness, service delivery, and accountability
by focusing on results, service quality, and customer satisfaction.
- enhanced congressional decision-making.