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§350.61 What evaluation requirements must a grantee meet?
(a) A grantee must establish performance measures for use in its evaluation that—
(1) Are clearly related to the—
(i) Intended outcomes of the project; and
(ii) Expected impacts on the target population; and
(2) To the extent possible are quantifiable, or are objective and qualitative.
(b) A grantee must make periodic assessments of progress that will provide the grantee with performance feedback related to—
(1) Progress in implementing the plan of operation; and
(2) Progress in achieving the intended outcomes and expected impacts as assessed by the established performance measures.
(Authority: Secs. 202 and 204; 29 U.S.C. 761a and 762)