Program Evaluation Methods: Measurement and Attribution of Program Results

The government of Canada uses the systematic collection and analysis of evidence on the outcomes of programs to make judgments about their relevance and performance, and to examine alternative ways to deliver them or to achieve the same results. Evaluation plays a key role in supporting government commitments for ensuring the value for money of its programs.


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