Toolkit: POMP To Go Part 1

August 17, 2017

Resource Topic Guide The POMP website contains all the information and tools necessary to conduct performance-related surveys of Older Americans Act service recipients on the state and local level. These tools may also be useful to other social service and support programs. POMP Tutorial for the POMP Toolkit (WMV, 7 minutes) to familiarize you with… Read more »

POMP To Go Part 1: How to Start Measuring Your Performance?

September 15, 2015

What is Pomp to Go? POMP stands for Performance Measurement Outcomes Project. Why is performance measurement important for you? Performance measurement data is useful for: Monitoring and improving the quality of services; Examining the effect of services on recipients; and Providing empirical evidence on which to base program improvements and funding decisions. But where do… Read more »

POMP To Go Part 2: How to Successfully Use Your Data?

September 15, 2015

Pomp To Go Part 2: How to Successfully Use Your Data? Date: November 14, 2013 Time: 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST (2:30 p.m. Central / 12:30 p.m. Pacific) Description This session will provide specific examples about how states, area agencies and local service providers have used the information they gathered to improve programming, secure… Read more »

Applying Private Sector Models to Public Sector Problems

April 29, 2015

View Ginger Zielinskie’s Presentation, delivered at Perspectives on Nutrition and Aging: A National Summit. Several strategies employed by Benefits Data Trust to help people in need access public benefits include: • Using credit card marketing strategies. • Partnering with state agencies to target and identify eligible individuals. • Employing direct marketing outreach. • Providing assistance… Read more »

Performance Measurement and Evaluation: Definitions and Relationships

April 17, 2015

To promote improved federal management and greater efficiency and effectiveness, GPRA instituted a governmentwide requirement that agencies set goals and report annually on performance. This glossary describes and explains the relationship between two common types of systematic program assessment: performance measures and program evaluation.