Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program Performance Measures
Performance measures are critical for accountability purposes. OAH uses performance measures to demonstrate whether grant projects are making sufficient progress toward their stated missions and are serving the public interest. Performance measures are also critical for continuous quality improvement, informing stakeholders of progress, and informing sustainability efforts. All OAH grantees are expected to collect and report on a common set of performance measures to assess the implementation of the intervention. Some of the broad categories of the measures that grantees are expected to collect and report include reach, dosage, fidelity and quality, partnerships, trainings, and dissemination.
Grantees from the FY 2015-2019 and FY 2018-FY2020 Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program are reporting performance measures at the grantee-level and at the implementing organization-level. Grantee-level measures are completed at the grantee or sub-awardee level and are related to the project as a whole. Implementing organization-level measures are reported by the program implementers related to the overall project. Walter R. McDonald & Associates (WRMA) and Mathematica Policy Research are providing database development, support, and technical assistance to grantees.
Performance Measures Reports
Content last reviewed on November 1, 2016