Systemic Management of the Six Levels of Evaluation in the Public Sector
Led by the Washington Evaluators and the International Development Evaluation Association, March 14th, 12:00-1:30pm ET
Public interventions are carried out in an interrelated and multi-dimensional way. To discern their diversity and complementarity, we will resort to a stratification of six levels of interventions. Each level requires the application of specific appropriate evaluation concepts to evaluate their performance.
The first level is that of administrative activities carried out through targeted procedures. The second level is that of projects that involve several stakeholders interacting according to a given scenario. The third level is multidimensional programming carried out in partnership. The fourth level addresses the institutional effectiveness of actors involved in the public sector. The fifth level is one of interactive strategies and the sixth is public policy impacts.
During the workshop we will examine the intentionality of each level and the tools needed at each level and the inter-level linkages for a better systemic use of evaluation within the public sector.
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