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Audits and Evaluations

Results-based Management and Accountability Framework

For Disposition of the Government Information of
Continuing Value
Program Activity Architecture 1.1

4.0 Monitoring and Evaluation

As part of good management, LAC is required to monitor the results of the activities related to the Disposition of the government information of continuing value. This monitoring will ensure that performance information is available in a timely fashion for decision-making and accountability requirements. To better demonstrate the success of the activity and obtain a more in-depth assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the activities in this area, an evaluation is usually conducted. This subsection describes the parameters of the ongoing monitoring mechanism (performance measurement), and of the evaluation strategy.

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