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ERIC Number: ED071952
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 24
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Applications of Social Science to Management Information Systems and Evaluation Process: A Peace Corps Model.
Lassey, William R.; And Others
This study discusses some of the central concepts, assumptions and methods used in the development and design of a Management Information and Evaluation System for the Peace Corps in Colombia. Methodological problems encountered are reviewed. The model requires explicit project or program objectives, individual staff behavioral objectives, client change-objectives, specification on inputs, and description and verification of outputs for staff and client changes. Verification procedures include a work situation description and analysis, in-process reports and meetings, and an end of service report and review by field personnel with staff verification. A process and analytical outline is presented and discussed. An appendix is also included--Initial Analytical Possibilities for M. I. & E. System outputs. (FDI)
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